New Call Federal retail style branch opening in Chester
Grand opening for Call Federal promises a new banking experience
The second retail-style branch of Call Federal credit union will be opening next month in Chester, Virginia at 10712 Ironbridge Road. To celebrate this new location, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony on February 2, 2017 at 10:00 a.m., and a grand opening for Call Federal members and the public on February 11, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The ribbon-cutting event will allow members of the press, partners and surrounding businesses to tour the branch, meet the staff, and enjoy coffee and pastries.
Call Federal members and the public will get to view the new facility and meet staff during the grand opening event. Radio station Mix 98.1 personality Jeff Wicker will be broadcasting live from the site, and pizza will be served courtesy of Marco’s Pizza. There will be a variety of activities for families along with special giveaways and cash door prizes.
This new, retail-style Call Federal branch will give members a warm, welcoming banking experience thanks to couches and café tables where bankers and customers can talk about loan options and bank services. There will also be a focus on technology with an in-lobby teller machine and interactive touch screens.
Call Federal credit union was founded in 1962 by employees of Philip Morris. Today, it is a $350 million community-oriented financial institution serving the diverse needs of the Richmond region. There are six metro Richmond locations and numerous ATM locations in the area and around the U.S. where Call Federal cards are accepted.
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