Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union to Host Third Annual TVFCU Community Movie Night at Swingin' Midway Drive-In
July 14, 2020
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (July 14, 2020) — Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce they will host their Third Annual TVFCU Community Movie Night on Thursday, July 30, at dusk at the Swingin’ Midway Drive-In Theatre.
“With the COVID-19 pandemic, we know a bulk of community events have had to cancel,” said Holly Goines, Athens Branch manager. “We are excited to work with the Swingin’ Midway Drive-In Theatre to offer a socially-distant TVFCU Community Movie Night.”
TVFCU is covering the cost of admission for the showing of “The Secret Life of Pets” (PG) for 250 cars. The movie will begin showing at dusk around 8:50 p.m. ET. However, feel free to come early to get your parking spot. Gates will open at 7 p.m. ET.
To ensure social distancing, TVFCU’s Community Movie Night will only be available for the first 250 cars. If moviegoers sit outside of their vehicle, there can only be four chairs and they must be placed directly in front of the car. If attendees come with a family group and park beside each other, there can be up to ten chairs. Attendees must stay 6 feet apart when using the restrooms or concessions. The picnic tables and playground areas remain closed.
Please visit swingingmidwaydrivein.com for more details about theatre guidelines.
“We hope the movie will give families a small sense of normalcy as summer wraps up,” said Goines. “We started hosting TVFCU’s Community Movie Night a few years ago to celebrate our 25th Anniversary serving McMinn County. We are thrilled to welcome a second TVFCU Branch in McMinn County in early fall.”
TVFCU will open an in-store branch inside the Food City location in Etowah later this fall to provide added convenience to members who live on the east side of the county.
You don’t want to miss this family-movie night! For more information about TVFCU, please visit tvfcu.com or call (423) 634-8300.
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About Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union (TVFCU), a not-for-profit financial cooperative, was established in 1936 when 57 Chattanooga TVA employees pooled $500 to create the member-owned credit union. Today, TVFCU serves more than 153,000 members who live, work, worship, volunteer or attend school throughout the 13-county service community. With more than $1.8 billion in assets and 18 branches throughout the area, TVFCU is the largest credit union in the region. For more information about TVFCU, please visit tvfcu.com.