Jun 12, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Texoma Community Credit Union Plans New Downtown Location
Wichita Falls, TX (June 12, 2018) – Texoma Community Credit Union (TCCU) will officially open a new branch in the historic City National Building in Downtown Wichita Falls.
Located at 807 8th Street, adjacent to Park Central and The Highlander, this will be TCCU’s third location, and will occupy 1,800 square feet on the first floor. The lease was negotiated by White Realty.
“Downtown is changing fast, and in many exciting ways,” said John Buckley, President and CEO of TCCU. “We are so excited to participate in this revitalization, join the downtown business community, and better serve our members through more convenient locations.”
In addition to better-serving businesses and individuals downtown with easy access, the new TCCU Downtown will incorporate new technologies not yet seen at its other branches.
“This new branch will incorporate new technologies like cash recyclers that remove the need for a traditional vault system, and universal employees that are able to serve in a variety of roles,” said Angie Ohmstede, Chief Operations Officer. “This will enable us to maintain a small but efficient space that still retains all of the exceptional and personal service our neighbors have come to expect from Texoma Community Credit Union.”
In addition to new technology, TCCU plans to introduce a full suite of business services including lending, checking and merchant services when the branch opens.
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About Texoma Community Credit Union
Texoma Community Credit Union is a democratically controlled financial cooperative that has served Wichita County and 10 surrounding counties for over 65 years. Because it is “not-for-profit, not-for-charity, but for service,” all income, after expenses and necessary reserves, is given back to our members in the form of lower fees, lower loan rates and higher deposit rates. Its mission is to build a community where everyone is given the tools to become RICH. (Ready, Independent, Charitable, and Happy). For more information, visit www.texomacu.com.