Credit Union Breaks Ground For New Branch in Lauderhill
MARGATE, Fla. (June 28, 2018) On June 27, We Florida Financial held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new branch location in the city of Lauderhill, Florida. Representing the officials of Lauderhill, the ceremony was attended by Mayor Richard Kaplan, Commissioner Ken Thurston, and Police Chief Constance Stanley, among others. Members of the credit union’s Board of Directors, executive management and staff were also in attendance.
The credit union opened its first branch in the city of Lauderhill in 2008, to serve one of the fastest growing population segments in Broward County. The branch is now the second busiest of all the credit union’s locations and caters to a diverse membership with savings accounts, car loans, mortgages, credit cards and other financial products.
When completed, the new 4,000 square foot facility will be a state-of-the art building with hospitality stations, electronic tablets, service kiosks, two ATMs, and a drive thru. The building will also feature an event room for after-hours educational presentations.
“We are honored to be an integral part of this Lauderhill community. The credit union is proud of our involvement in local events, our commitment to financial education and our dedication to the counselling of new immigrants, many of whom are unfamiliar with our financial system,” says Lloyd Gill, President and CEO.” “We are giving members the tools to make their dreams come true.”
Building construction has already begun and the branch is expected to open in December of this year.