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TVFCU Opens Third in Store Food City Branch

January 29, 2019

Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union (TVFCU) is pleased to announce the opening of its 18th branch and the third in-store branch with the opening of the in-store branch inside the Highway 41 Food City.

“Two years after opening our first in-store branch, we are thrilled to announce the opening of our third in-store branch inside the new Highway 41 Food City,” said Todd Fortner, president and CEO of Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union. “This new branch brings added convenience to our members and a great opportunity to offer our products and services to new members. By working with a like-minded collaborator like Food City, we are able to provide a one-stop experience for groceries and banking.”

The new full-service branch features extended hours to help busy shoppers complete their financial business. The branch is staffed Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET.

In addition, the branch features two tvfcuLIVE interactive teller machines that are open Monday through Saturday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET. This technology allows members to complete basic over-the-counter transactions with a personal teller who is working from TVFCU’s headquarters in downtown Chattanooga 12 hours a day, six days a week.

New members who open a new checking account with direct deposit and eStatements will receive a complimentary $50 Food City gift card while TVFCU will make a $50 donation to the Children’s Miracle Network. Shoppers can also register to win a Cartload of Groceries from TVFCU. One lucky winner will have an opportunity to load their cart in late February.

For more information about TVFCU, please visit tvfcu.com.


By the Numbers
3 — TVFCU’s Highway 41 Branch is the third Catoosa County Branch and also the third in-store branch. Other in-store branches are in the Red Bank and East Hamilton Food City locations.

1936 — TVFCU officially began when 57 TVA employees pooled their resources of $500 to charter the organization under the Farm Credit Administration.

2001 — TVFCU opened its first Catoosa County branch at 200 Alamar Street in Fort Oglethorpe.

2015 — The Ringgold Branch was the first branch to debut interactive teller machines.

144,000 — TVFCU serves more than 144,000 members throughout its 13-county service area.