Peach State Federal Credit union recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand reopening of their branch located at the Richmond County Board of Education.
Local officials, credit union staff and community leaders were in attendance for the ribbon cutting. The branch went through a full renovation over the winter break and officially reopened Feb. 19.
“We wanted the renovation to not only give the branch a more modern feel, but also open up the space, and make it feel more inviting,” said Crystal Schmidt, Peach State senior vice president of branch operations. “The branch is staffed by the same great team to help members with all of their financial needs, and assist them with selecting the right products and services. Our employees are thrilled with the bright, open space, and we know the members will appreciate it as well.”
The full service branch now features a state-of-the-art teller pod with the goal of providing faster, more efficient service to members.
The branch offers a convenient place for the Board of Education staff and visitors to bank.
“Having a branch inside our building is an added benefit for our staff,” said Dr. Angela Pringle, superintendent of Richmond County Schools. “I know they will love this new, efficient space.”
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