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DHCU Community Credit Union


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Posted Online: Dec. 07, 2012, 10:55 am
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Press release submitted by DHCU Community Credit Union


DHCU Community Credit Union will join the Bettendorf Community with the opening of its newest branch located at the corner of Middle and Belmont Roads. The Bettendorf Member Service Center will open on Wednesday, December 12th at 8:30 a.m.
"We're excited about the new Bettendorf location," says Carrie Dudley, Bettendorf Branch Manager, We're bringing in a knowledgeable staff combined with exceptionally low loan rates which makes it a great time to save our members money. We're pleased to be a member of this community and offer service and value to Quad City residents."
The full-service branch offers complete banking services including drive-up and lobby service windows, mortgages, consumer loans, full-service ATM, and a self-service Change Exchange machine.
"2012 has been a very exciting year for DHCU", says Terry Brahm, President and CEO. "We've opened new branches in Bettendorf and Clinton, experienced a 20% growth in staff, and been awarded the Small Business of the Year Award from the Quad City Chamber. We're proud of our accomplishments and look forward to 2013 and continued growth for the credit union.
Hours at the new Bettendorf location are Monday through Friday 8:30a.m.til 5:00p.m., Saturdays 9:00a.m.til 1:00p.m.and DHCU offers extended drive-thru hours on Friday night until 6:00p.m.
DHCU serves the Quad City and Clinton communities, and membership is open to anyone living or working within 50 miles of any DHCU branch. With assets exceeding $440 million dollars, DHCU offers everything from savings and checking accounts to low rate mortgage and home equity programs. Business services are also available including checking, business credit cards, merchant card services and more. DHCU employs more than 130 staff throughout seven member service locations in Bettendorf, Clinton, Davenport, East Moline, Geneseo, Milan, and Molineand serves more than 36,000 members.





















 



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