This very exciting opportunity with H-E-B is just another step in our efforts to be a comprehensive financial advocate for all our members
San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) February 02, 2012
Generations Federal Credit Union has announced it will open five branches in various H-E-B Grocery stores throughout San Antonio and Bexar County. The Generations/H-E-B in-store branches are currently scheduled to open on March 1, 2012.
“Generations strives to be a true financial advocate for our members, and a significant aspect of that is convenience and availability. This relationship with H-E-B will enable us to reach out to our members and to the community at large and be a financial resource as they go about their very busy lives,” said Christine Voigt, chief operations officer at Generations Federal Credit Union.
The Generations branches will be located inside the following H-E-B locations:
1) Store #566, 24165 IH-10 West (IH-10 and Leon Springs);
2) Store #397, 18140 San Pedro (1604 and 281);
3) Store #235, 9225 FM 417 (Grissom and Tezel);
4) Store #463, 1150 North Loop 1604 West (1604 and Blanco);
5) Store #5 10718 Potranco (1604 and Potranco).
All Generations H-E-B retail locations will be full-service branches where members and potential members will be able to open accounts, request debit cards and apply for loans, among other services. Branch hours will be Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and all branches will be closed on Sundays. Anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers or attends school in Bexar County, as well as family of current members, are eligible for membership.
“In the past year we have we revamped our products and services for both consumers and small businesses, our branches offer a wide array of financial education classes for consumers, we have established partnerships with numerous small business development organizations, and our website was recently named as having the top online financial literacy library. So for Generations, this very exciting opportunity with H-E-B is just another step in our efforts to be a comprehensive financial advocate for all our members,” Voigt concluded.