Whitefish, MT, July 08, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Whitefish Credit Union, Montana’s largest credit union, will break ground on a new facility in Columbia Falls on Monday, July 10th at 10:00am.
The new facility, to be constructed at 405 Ninth Street West, will replace the current Columbia Falls branch located at 320 Nucleus Avenue.
The Credit Union has seen an increase in membership in the Columbia Falls area, as overall population growth continues to outpace the national average, said Whitefish Credit Union Chief Financial Officer, Mike Blubaugh.
“We are growing in response to growth in the Columbia Falls area itself, and we look forward to providing our members with an expanded facility that is capable of efficiently and effectively supporting the needs of our members and the community.”
Construction is scheduled to begin in July 2017, with an expected opening of Spring 2018. The 5,000 sq ft branch will offer the same services provided at the current branch, plus the addition of an ATM.
About Whitefish Credit Union:
Whitefish Credit Union is a respected leader in the financial services industry. State chartered in 1934, it has gone on to become the largest credit union in Montana with more than $1.4 billion in assets. Today, Whitefish Credit Union manages seven branches throughout the state, which serve the financial cooperative’s more than 58,000 members.