Aldergrove Credit Union opened its newest branch in Mission’s Heritage Park Marketplace, and it’s time to celebrate with grand opening festivities Sept. 21 and three limited-time new member offers.

Aldergrove Credit Union celebrates new Mission branch in a BIG way!

Join the Grand Opening Celebration Sept. 21 and discover offers of more than $1,450

While Mission residents have crossed the river to enjoy Aldergrove Credit Union’s services for many years, this summer has brought the community based financial institution much closer to home!

Aldergrove Credit Union, which has served Fraser Valley residents for 65 years, has opened its newest branch in Mission’s Heritage Park Marketplace, near the University of the Fraser Valley’s Mission campus, and it’s time to celebrate.

“Welcome Aldergrove Credit Union! Even though you’ve been serving our residents for a long time across the river, it’s a pleasure to see you take root in our community,” said Mayor Pamela Alexis, “you are the first credit union to locate in a residential development and you have helped us with our goal to create a complete livable community where residents can access services without a vehicle. Thank you for making this important investment, your timing is perfect.”

While the Mission Community Branch has been open since late June, a grand opening celebration is planned for Sept. 21, with residents and businesses invited to stop by for a BBQ, ice-cream, games, and a chance to win a $1,000* term deposit!

“There is an alignment of values with the Mission Community. Our heritage and culture are strong like yours, and when we saw an opportunity to be a part of this thriving community that is experiencing rapid growth, similar to our own, it felt like a natural fit,” stated Gus K. Hartl, CEO.

The new branch features an open concept designed to inspire great conversation, with service desks that allow for comfortable and personal one-on-one discussions, instead of traditional transactional-style teller wickets. The space also includes an inviting, technology-equipped meeting room available free of charge to community groups.

Celebrate with 3 Limited-time New Member Offers

As a welcome to the community, Aldergrove Credit Union has three limited time offers for its new members – choose one or combine all three for a total value of more than $1,450!

1. Get your share: Open a credit union account and set up pre-authorized deposit or withdrawal and receive $200.

2. Product Bundle: Open a free chequing account, bring your payroll to ACU, and choose three additional qualifying products such as a savings account, term deposit, loan or mortgage, and receive another $250.

3. Mortgage Bundle: And speaking of mortgages… get a new memberSHARE Mortgage with the Mission Community Branch of Aldergrove Credit Union, open a free chequing account and bring your payroll to ACU and receive $1,000 plus additional perks.

The benefits keep coming: In addition, members are automatically enrolled for the credit union’s memberSHARE loyalty program, which rewards members with cash, bonuses, dividends and rebates every year. In fact, last year Aldergrove Credit Union’s memberSHARE Loyalty Program paid out an outstanding $1.56 million to members!

“Our focus really is on putting members and community at the centre of everything we do,” Gus reflects.

Ready to learn more?

Stop by and say hello to our team of Financial Service Advisors, here to help you.

Mission Community Branch E100 – 7871 Stave Lake St., Mission | 604-826-1201

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Aldergrove Credit Union offers personal and commercial banking, financial planning solutions and insurance services. Learn more at aldergrovecu.ca.

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