CorePlus announces plans to open two new locations in 2013
CorePlus Federal Credit Union is proud to announce the planned opening of two new locations in 2013. The full service branches will be located inside the two Wal-Mart Supercenter stores in northeastern Connecticut.
The existing Wal-Mart store on School Street (Route 44) on Putnam is undergoing full refurbishment and transition into a Supercenter. The second location will be in the newly built Providence Pike (Route 6) Supercenter in Brooklyn. It is anticipated that the stores will be ready by late fall 2013.
Both store locations will provide CorePlus Credit Union with an opportunity to offer a full range of deposit and lending services including “Loan Zone” consumer based loans, credit cards, home equity and mortgage products in a high traffic retail environment. Each location will offer an onsite ATM and nationwide shared branching services for members of participating credit unions.
“This is an exciting new chapter in the history of CorePlus wherein we will be able to offer access to our Credit Union in a popular retail environment” said Warren P. Scholl, President and CEO of CorePlus Credit Union.
CorePlus Federal Credit Union, founded in 1936, currently has 7 full service branches locally; Norwich, Taftville, Backus Hospital, Groton, East Lyme, Waterford, and Plainfield. In addition to these branch locations, CorePlus Federal Credit Union operates two “Loan Zone” consumer lending centers in Putnam and Norwich. Core Plus currently has over 21,000 members and $196 million in assets. Its services are geared toward the retail customer through checking and savings type offerings and consumer driven products such as car loans, student loans, credit card services, mortgages and home-equity loans. CorePlus Federal Credit Union is led by Warren P. Scholl, President and CEO. For more information call 860-886-0576 or visit our website at www.coreplus.org.