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EECU Joins Southlake Community with New Branch

Apr 17, 2012 11:15AM ● By tina

Fort Worth based credit union, EECU, announces the opening of a new branch located at 1460 W. Southlake Boulevard in Southlake May 1. The branch will kick off its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 9, 2012.

Debbie Muelker will serve as Branch Relationship Manager of the new branch. Muelker brings over 27 years banking expertise to the Southlake community.

“We are excited to introduce the benefits of credit union membership to the residents of Southlake. It’s an opportunity to build life-long financial relationships. I’m confident the community will find we offer quality personalized financial services and extremely competitive pricing for both individuals and area business-owners alike, said Lonnie Nicholson,” EECU President and CEO.

Grand opening activities will include:

Wednesday, May 9th @ 11:30 a.m. Ribbon Cutting and Ceremonial First Pitch with Southlake Chamber of Commerce and Carroll ISD sponsorship presentation

Saturday, May 12th 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Community Day with special prize, free food and drink, giveaways, baseball-related games and fun, and a grand-prize drawing for A Night With the Texas Rangers valued at $4,150.

Month of May – Weekly drawing for gas cards andcollection site for new and gently used baseball equipment to benefit needy children through the MLB’s Baseball Tomorrow Fund

About Baseball Tomorrow Fund: The Baseball Tomorrow Fund (BTF) is designed to promote the growth of youth baseball and softball throughout the world by awarding grants to support field renovation and construction projects, equipment and uniform purchases, coaches’ training materials and other selected program expenses. Since its formation by Major League Baseball and the Major League Ball Players, approximately 300,000 youth players have benefited from programs and facilities supported by the fund. BTF also facilitates league-wide initiatives including the collection and distribution of new and gently used equipment to organizations in need.

About EECU:
EECU began over 78 years ago as a credit union to serve the financial needs of Fort Worth teachers. Today, with assets of over $1.4 billion, EECU is a community‐based credit union that continues its tradition of serving educators, as well as the financial needs of individuals and businesses, in the Greater Fort Worth and surrounding areas, including: Tarrant, Johnson, Parker, Palo Pinto and Hood counties. EECU provides a full range of financial products and services to over 150,000 members through its 13 convenient branch locations, call center and online delivery channels, including over 43,000 surcharge free ATMs worldwide. For more information, visit EECU.