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Shrewsbury Branch Grand Opening Event Slated for Saturday


We hope to see you at our celebration event on Saturday!

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We’re growing and growing


We just opened our 50th branch and that means more convenience for you, especially if you happen to be in the Lancaster area. If you’re heading out to Lancaster, PA and you’re near Lowe’s, Costco or Best Buy or running other errands, stop by our newest branch located at 1815 Hempstead Road. It’s our 4th branch in Lancaster County.

While opening another building may seem dime-a-dozen and particularly unnoteworthy, it shows just how far we’ve come from that 9-member credit union that started with a desk in a hallway back in 1950. Since that time, we’ve grown into a $2 billion full-service financial institution with 200,000 members and 50 branches.  One of the things that sets us apart is not only do we have 50 branches, but we also have all of the latest online and mobile banking technology. That means we can give you bricks and mortar and anywhere convenience day or night. It is truly the best of both worlds.

Stop by our grand opening celebration event on Saturday, November 19, 2011, from 10 am to 1 pm and meet us.  Bob, our President & CEO (aka the Advice Guy of those television commercials) will be there  as well as 101 the Rose (live broadcast 10 am to noon). Some of our Marketing team members will be serving free hotdogs, sodas/water and will have games and prizes for you and the kids. Be sure to enter to win a free iPad – just in time for the holidays! Of course we’ll have some great special offers that we can’t tell you about here – you’ll simply just have to stop in and open your NEW account to find out what they are!

We look forward to meeting you so stop by this new branch and say hi to Judy, our Hempstead Road branch manager, and her staff and see just how we do it when it comes to putting our members first and bringing another choice of financial institutions to beautiful Lancaster County.

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