Skipperville, Ala (July 12, 2021) — All In Credit Union and GW Long High School both share a passion for education and excellence. With these common ideals, All In Credit Union will be opening its first student branch, located at GW Long High School in Skipperville. As a leading provider of financial education, All In Credit Union wants to create opportunities for education and engagement with students and members who need to learn more about how to manage their finances.
“We are excited to be a part of the Skipperville community and look forward to meeting new members and serving our existing members as well as GW Long students, faculty and staff with a more convenient location,” said Bobby Michael, All In CEO/President.
The All In branch at GW Long High which is slated to open in the Fall will create an inviting, interactive open retail concept for students to enjoy throughout the school year. The branch will be dedicated to the students, faculty, and staff and will also serve as a location available to the public. Plans for the branch include the placement of an interactive teller machine also known as a “Smart ATM”. This technologically advanced machine provides access to every All In account, permits transactions without a debit or credit card and accepts check and cash deposits. It also offers cash back in mixed bills and makes it possible to make a loan payment from the machine.
The GW Long High School branch will become the 27th location for All In Credit Union and the first to utilize students in this unique way. All In Credit Union, headquartered in Daleville, AL, is known for its high level of community involvement and cost-effective financial services.
Michael concluded, “We appreciate the positive partnership with the Dale County Board of Education and the warm welcome we have received from Skipperville residents who have heard this exciting news. Together, we will work to provide students, faculty, staff, families and the community with access to a full-service branch that will include familiar faces of GW Long students.”
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