EECU’s newest branch in Alliance Town Center scheduled to open late September

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Credit union’s 14th Fort Worth area location expands EECU’s member service with interactive design

EECU plans to open its newest branch in Alliance Town Center (to be located at 3451 Texas Sage Trail) late September, bringing the credit union’s number of banking locations to 14 in the greater Fort Worth area.

Credit union members and those interested in learning more about EECU’s services are invited to visit the branch during a week of planned grand opening activities to welcome EECU to the Alliance Town Center. The dates will be announced in late September or early October.

The 2,800-square-foot branch location features an innovative design and layout that includes interactive technology to help members learn about mobile banking and online services. It also provides free Wi-Fi, video conferencing and a floor plan designed to facilitate one-on-one conversations with financial and member service representatives.

Members may use the location to establish accounts, apply for loans and perform financial transactions—including a free ATM. In addition, members may make an appointment to meet with an EECU representative who can help with everything from investment and retirement planning, home and auto and life insurance, buying or refinancing a home, or growing their business.

“We believe our new branch strikes the perfect balance of high-tech and high-touch service delivery and will appeal to the evolving expectations of nearly 5,000 existing members in the area,” said EECU President and CEO Lonnie Nicholson. “As anyone in the Tarrant County area is eligible to bank with EECU, this new location will allow us to grow within the Alliance Corridor communities while ensuring that we are able to meet the needs of our existing members.”

The new Alliance Town Center branch location will be staffed Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with expanded hours for drive-thru lanes.

5 thoughts on “EECU’s newest branch in Alliance Town Center scheduled to open late September

  1. I live west of Northwest ISD school and work on DFW w. airport road. My hours, traffic congestion and locations make it near to impossible to get to a location in time after work and on week-ends am out of state usually two weekends per month. I like the newest location for being closer, but like the other comment I saw and also agree with, the congestion is immense to say the least. I lived and drove in Los Angeles area traffic for years and this is looking similar.

    Would like to see a location in the north area of Roanoke or I35W north of TMS. It would sure help. We have very little in the way of banking in this end of the metroplex.

    Thank you for the very great banking and service over the last nearly six years since I moved back from Las Vegas.

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  2. I closed my Wells Fargo account because I hated going anywhere near that shopping center. Now, you go ahead an put your new place right smack in the middle of all that congestion. I don’t know would recommend that location, but they have never been there in the afternoon or weekends.

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    • I think it is a great location! I live two blocks away from this shopping center. If people have a problem with congestions, maybe they shouldn’t do their banking in the late afternoon when everyone else is getting off of work.

      EECU, thank you for adding a branch in this “happening” area! I love this credit union and am so excited to have a branch so close to home!

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