Unity One Credit Union celebrated the opening of its newest Inver Grove Heights branch on Tuesday, October 4. Local business leaders, residents, members from Unity One’s Board of Directors and representatives from the River Heights Chamber of Commerce showed their support for the credit union by attending the ribbon cutting ceremony and celebration led by president Gary Williams.
“We are thrilled to be able to better serve our members by opening our new Inver Grove Heights branch. Our members are now able to enjoy easier branch access, more free parking and more room for our continued growth,” said Williams.
The Inver Grove Heights branch is conveniently located at 5300 S. Roberts Trail, Ste. 100. It features an innovative lobby space, loan officers on-site and the same friendly employees.
Vern Harmon is the branch manager of the new Inver Grove Heights branch, which welcomes members Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The branch also serves as a CO-OP Shared Branching site, allowing members of other credit unions to utilize the location as well.
About Unity One Credit Union
Established in 1927, Unity One Credit Union is the oldest credit union in Texas. A member-driven and not-for-profit cooperative, Unity One CU served the employees and families of the BNSF Railway for 70 years. However, after transferring its corporate headquarters to Fort Worth in 1998, the credit union expanded its field of membership to include other non-railroad companies, organizations and individuals.
Today, anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Fort Worth, Blue Mound, Saginaw, Haslet, Keller, Colleyville, Bedford, North Richland Hills, Southlake, St. Paul, MN and Kansas City, KS may apply for membership. Unity One CU has eight branches to serve over 30,000 members nationwide. For more information about Unity One Credit Union, visit www.unityone.org. Think outside the bank.™
About Shared Branching
Through the cooperative power of CO-OP Shared Branching, credit union members can leverage the strength of the fourth largest branch network in the country. More than 1,800 institutions participate in CO-OP Shared Branching, representing thousands of locations in 50 states. CO-OP Shared Branching was created by credit unions, for credit unions.