The Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union on Jimmie Leeds Road in Galloway celebrated its Grand Opening September 26th 2013 with a ribbon cutting and gathering of local business people. The new branch in Galloway is a state-of-the-art 2700 square foot building. The credit union covers Atlantic and Cape May Counties with over 11,000 members. Membership is open to everyone.
The new building in Galloway is very modern in design. The interior features “pods” instead of traditional teller lines making your banking experience more personal. The new branch has state-of-the-art security and technology. Seamless integration of video and software systems allow for future expansion and incorporation of future advancements.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was handled by Galloway Mayor Don Purdy. The mayor expressed enthusiastic support for the new credit union. He addressed the crowd during the ceremony and conveyed his desire for working hard toward future economic growth in Galloway. The mayor asserted that development of “partnerships” with community based businesses would lead to a stronger and more stable tax base while providing the additional benefit of enhanced community service.
Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union is a not for profit financial institution with focus on its members and community service. They are currently celebrating their 50th anniversary with a goal to save the community $1 million Dollars in loan interest.
Stop By the new building and see how the township and business are working together to build a better Galloway.
Anne Musto, COO of Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union with Engineer Rami Nassar and his wife Lidia at Galloway Grand Opening.
Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union Employees CEO Virginia Williams, COO Anne Musto, and Branch Manager Christi Curau celebrate the Galloway grand opening
Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union Employees celebrate the Galloway grand opening
Credit Union Galloway Branch Manager Christi Curau, Galloway Mayor Don Purdy, and Credit Union Business Development Kyle Jaremko