TruStone Financial Credit Union announces opening of Northeast Minneapolis Branch
PLYMOUTH, MN (August 5, 2016) — TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union announced plans today to open a new location in the heart of Northeast Minneapolis at 527 Central Avenue NE, Suite 2. TruStone Financial will occupy space on the ground floor of the Red20 Building, a luxury apartment complex just off the corner of Central Avenue NE and Hennepin Avenue.
This new location will open Monday, August 22, 2016 for credit union members and the community, offering a wide variety of banking products and services. Currently located in the Ukrainian Center at 301 Main Street NE in Minneapolis, TruStone Financial has held a strong presence in the community since July 2011.
“The vibrant Northeast Minneapolis community aligns closely with the credit union’s brand promise and casually sophisticated approach to banking,” said chief business officer Steve Steen. “We are thrilled to continue to have Northeast Minneapolis serve as part of our branch footprint.”
While preserving the credit union’s neighborhood community atmosphere, the branch will feature modern design elements and innovative technology to improve members’ overall experience. The exterior of the branch will house a walk-up ATM and night deposit for afterhours banking convenience.
“At TruStone Financial, we strive to provide members with a banking experience that goes beyond the normal transaction. With a welcoming branch layout, essential banking solutions and state-of-the-art technology – this branch will be no exception,” said Chief Executive Officer Tim Bosiacki.
The last day for business at the current location will be Saturday, August 21, 2016. The public is welcome to tour the new branch beginning August 22, 2016. Since 2015, the credit union has opened four new locations in the cities of Golden Valley, Burnsville and Rogers, Minnesota along with Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
About TruStone Financial
TruStone Financial is a full-service credit union that has worked to improve the financial well-being of its neighbors for more than 80 years. Founded as a teachers’ credit union, education remains one of TruStone’s core values. It strives to teach its members healthy financial habits, and its mission is to offer simple, convenient tools and great rates to help them reach their goals. It has 14 branches across Minnesota and Wisconsin and is Minnesota’s third largest credit union, with assets of $1.74 billion as of June 30, 2020. To learn more, visit TruStoneFinancial.org.