TAMPA, FL —MidFlorida Credit Union has announced the opening of its Temple Terrace branch at 5002 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa.
“We are excited to add another Tampa location to our MidFlorida family. As the Tampa market continues its rapid growth as a daily destination area, it was strategic for us to open a highly visible branch around the corner from East Fowler Avenue and North 50th Street,” said MidFlorida retail delivery manager Vanessa Hernandez.
“Located between I-275 and I-75, this location provides the opportunity to serve not only the University of South Florida community, but surrounding communities as well,” Hernandez said. “We had an interest in repositioning a former on-site branch in this area to allow easier access and provide the added convenience of a drive-thru and full service on Saturdays. Our location in Temple Terrace allows for greater accessibility and features that we couldn’t provide at the onsite location.”
As one of 60 branches statewide — with more to come in 2022 — this new 5,193-square-foot Temple Terrace branch features the signature credit union from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. extended drive-thru and full-service Saturday hours, plus face-to-face banking, instant-issue debit and credit cards, an ATM, four lanes of drive-thru and safety deposit boxes -forts.
In addition, the facility has dedicated offices for members to meet mortgage staff and for business services.
The community is invited to meet local branch staff at a grand opening celebration scheduled for Friday, June 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Attendees can enjoy a free lunch and door prizes, including an Oculus virtual reality game, a Busch Gardens family pass and gift cards for local businesses.
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MidFlorida is a state-chartered financial institution headquartered in Lakeland. The credit union serves over 434,000 members with assets totaling over $6.62 billion through its network of branches, ATMs and website.
MidFlorida Credit Union is open for membership to anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school within its Florida service area, which extends from Gainesville to Stuart and coast to coast.