MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD (April 20, 2018) — Montgomery County Employees Federal Credit Union (MC EFCU) of Germantown, Md., held the official grand opening event of their newest branch in Silver Spring, Maryland at
MC EFCU, which primarily serves Montgomery County government employees, along with members from a variety of other local businesses, opened the doors to great fanfare during a well-attended grand opening. The event included a visit from Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett, county officials, local businesses, MC EFCU Board of Directors, and MC EFCU members. The official ribbon-cutting ceremony took place just after 10:00 a.m. ET.
“This has been a great day for MC EFCU,” said Jim Norris, CEO of MC EFCU. “We have been preparing for this day for many years. Today marks the culmination of lots of analysis, planning and finding the perfect location in the Silver Spring area.”
During his remarks at the grand opening event, Norris noted how welcoming the Silver Spring Chamber of Commerce and Montgomery County has been during the branch selection and construction process.
“I’d like to thank everyone who was so instrumental in getting us to this point,” Norris said. “The Silver Spring area and the county, the support and direction of the MC EFCU board of directors, and of course, the MC EFCU management that made this all happen.”
MC EFCU operates two additional branch locations, one in Germantown, Md., and another in Rockville, Md. For more information about MC EFCU, visit www.mcefcu.org. For more information about the Silver Spring location, visit wemakebankingsimple.com/silverspring.
About Montgomery County Employees Federal Credit Union ( MC EFCU)
Montgomery County Employees Federal Credit Union is a leader in providing outstanding financial products and service to their members of all financial backgrounds. Founded in 1968 to serve the financial needs of Montgomery County Maryland Government Employees, MC EFCU has over the years expanded to include other employer groups, and is today a credit union with over $130 million in assets and serves more than 14,000 members.