CORE Credit Union will soon break ground on a new main office in the Market District of Statesboro.
CORE’s new two-story, 10,000-square-foot main branch will include several technology upgrades as well as a multi-lane drive through. The new location, expected to open in early 2019, will set the stage for the growth coming in CORE’s future, according to a Statesboro Herald article.
CORE is in the midst of its first merger with Georgia’s second oldest credit union, Savannah Federal Credit Union, which was founded in 1931. Once the merger is complete, the credit union will have almost $100 million in assets.
“We understand growth is important to sustain a viable business model, but ur focus is on incremental growth that allows us to continue being a customer driven (institution) that allows us to focus on each individual customer,” Clampett said. “We understand that we all win when our members, employees and institution wins. It is a simple, but powerful formula for success that the CORE Credit Union team continues to understand and honor.”
The community is invited to join CORE Credit Union’s groundbreaking Sept. 26, at 1099 Bermuda Run in Statesboro.
For more information, read the full Statesboro Herald article here.
Also featured in: Statesboro Herald, WTOC Channel 11
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