Serve Credit Union New Urbandale Branch Grand Opening May 10, 2018
Urbandale, IA. May 10, 2018 – Join Serve Credit Union and its Members as they celebrate a brand-new, full service branch at 3743 86th Street in Urbandale, Iowa. As part of the revitalization of the Urban Town Center, Serve’s new branch is located in the middle of the mall (directly behind The Urban Grill).
Stop by anytime on May 10th between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. for refreshments and to enter a drawing for some cool prize drawings from area businesses. At 1pm the Urbandale Chamber will be on-hand for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. All members of the public are welcome to attend.
The new location is designed to better accommodate Serve’s growing membership and to give a more convenient option to members that live and work in Urbandale and the Western Suburbs. The branch is open 8am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and open 9am-5pm on Thursdays.
“Our new branch is designed to provide a convenient and accessible place for members to do their financial business.” said Mike Farley, Marketing Manager with Serve Credit Union. “We are so excited to offer this new modern facility to our members, with ample parking, no stairs and just all around better access.”
For more information about Serve Credit Union, please visit www.servecu.org
Serve Credit Union, one of the oldest in the state, began serving its members in 1931. Its purpose was to provide credit and savings to Des Moines police officers and their families at a fair and reasonable rate, to encourage habits of thrift and to provide the opportunity to use and control their savings for their mutual benefit. Thanks to loyal members, we’ve grown and can provide a much wider selection of products and services. Over the past few years Serve Credit Union has expanded its membership to include all public safety professionals including all Law Enforcement, Firefighters, EMT’s and Corrections Officers.
Along with this growth came the opportunity to merge with other like-minded credit unions, like the USDA Credit Union and the Polk County School Employees Credit Union. These mergers allow employees from governmental agencies and public schools along with their families to become members of Serve Credit Union. Along with this growth has come more ways for members to access their funds including 2 full service branches as well as being recognized as a leader in utilizing technology for members to access their accounts. This growth and change has been made possible by the integrity of our membership, allowing Serve Credit Union to establish a long-standing tradition of providing low interest loans and high interest savings.