Park Community Federal Credit Union to Build a New Corporate Administration Building
LOUISVILLE, KY (July 26, 2013) — Park Community Federal Credit Union has announced that they will build a new corporate administration building in the Jeffersontown, KY area.
Park Community was established in 1965 to serve the employees of General Electric’s Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky. As Park Community continued to grow over the years, its services extended to GE employees in other states as well as expanded to over 500 Select Employment Groups throughout the state. In 2003, Park became a community chartered credit union, opening its doors to those who live, work, worship, attend school, or volunteer in the nine county Louisville Metro Area. Park also has branch locations in the Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region and in Decatur, Alabama.
Continued growth and expansion has necessitated Park Community’s need for the construction of a new corporate administration building. This building will consolidate under one roof existing employees from all of the operations areas. It will also allow space for new positions to further fuel projected growth.
Park Community CEO, Jim Spradlin, states, “We have been heavily involved in the Jeffersontown community and Greater Louisville for many years and feel this is the perfect location for our corporate office. The investments in our infrastructure as well as the creation of new positions will allow us to continue to provide our members with exceptional products and services.”
Park Community Federal Credit Union has a total of 14 branches, 10 of which serve the Louisville Metro Area of Jefferson, Bullitt, Oldham, Henry, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble Counties in Kentucky and Clark and Floyd counties in Southern Indiana. Additional branches are located in Richmond, Lexington, and Berea, Kentucky, and Decatur, Alabama. For more information about Park Community Federal Credit Union, please visit www.parkcommunity.com, or follow us at www.facebook.com/parkcommunityfcu and www.twitter.com/parkcommunity.