Peach State Federal Credit Union hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of a new Lawrenceville branch.
Local officials, credit union staff and community leaders were in attendance for the ribbon cutting at 40 East Pike Street in Lawrenceville.
The credit union’s original downtown Lawrenceville branch on North Clayton Street was purchased by the Lawrenceville Downtown Development Authority in early 2017 to make room for a new fine ars center near the Aurora Theatre.
The new full service branch location featuring state of the art teller pods officially opened in January 2019. The ribbon cutting celebrated the completion of the branch construction and the credit union’s new home in downtown Lawrenceville.
“We made our home in downtown Lawrenceville at 175 North Clayton Street in June 1995 with more than $18 million in assets and two branches. Since then, we have grown to serve not only the east metro Atlanta area, but most of North Georgia and Southwest South Carolina with more than $500 million in assets and 25 branch locations,” said Peach State President and CEO Marshall Boutwell. “No matter how far we expand our service area or how much we grow, Lawrenceville will always have a place in our heart and we’re glad to be a part of the city’s future.”
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