Mountain Credit Union moves to new location in Fletcher
FLETCHER, NC (June 15, 2015) – In an effort to provide its members with a more accessible location and a new ease of service, Mountain Credit Union has purchased a new, full-service branch in the former Mountain 1st building located at 3270 Hendersonville Road in Fletcher.
“The branch, which officially opened for business on June 8th, is located closer to retail shops and facilities that our members are already visiting on a daily basis,” said Amy Woody, Mountain CU’s Executive Vice President. “When the property became available, we immediately thought that its location would allow us to better serve our Fletcher area and Henderson County members.”
The newly remodeled building boasts a larger lobby and teller line area, safe deposit boxes, multiple drive through lanes, a drive-up ATM and additional office space that was not available in their previous location. In addition to online access and a mobile banking app, members of Mountain Credit Union can also access their accounts at several ATMs and more than 5,000 shared branch locations nationwide.
An Open House and Ribbon Cutting date will soon be announced by the credit union upon arrangement with the Asheville Area and Henderson County Chambers of Commerce as well as the Fletcher Area Business Association.
Mountain Credit Union stayed in the original location for 30 years and first opened their Fletcher office in 1985 to serve the employees of Rockwell (now Meritor), Eaton (now Borg Warner), Steelcase (closed), Seneca Foods (now Clement Pappas) and obtained a community charter in May 2004.
The Fletcher branch will continue to be managed by Vicki Hill, who has been employed with Mountain CU since August 2014 and has 22 years of financial experience.
Mountain Credit Union has a total of seven branch offices located throughout Western North Carolina and serves anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Madison and Swain Counties of North Carolina. For more information, please visit www.mountaincu.org