TruMark Financial Credit Union held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its newest branch located at 1920 Butler Pike in Plymouth Square Shopping Center on Friday, May 16th. The Plymouth Meeting branch, TruMark Financial’s 16th branch in the region has a new design equipped with “teller pods” instead of individual teller windows.
According to a press release:
When members enter the credit union, a representative will greet them and take them to a teller pod to transact their business. The teller pods give the credit union a more welcoming atmosphere, remove the barriers of traditional high banking counters, and allow for a more personal service experience.
On hand for the opening of the new branch were: State Representative Mary Jo Daley, Plymouth Township Council Chairman Sheldon Simpson and Vice-Chairwoman Lenore Bruno; Plymouth Township Zoning Officer David Conroy; Pennsylvania Credit Union Foundation Executive Director Joseph Wambach; and TruMark Financial chief executive officer Richard F. Stipa, and credit union officials.
The credit union will be holding a Grand Opening on Sunday, June 8th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event will have a street fair family atmosphere and visitors will enjoy free food, entertainment, giveaways, and a chance to win one of six iPad minis.
Photo provided by TruMark Financial Credit Union.