American Heritage Credit Union celebrates grand opening of its new Horsham branch

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American Heritage Credit Union celebrated the grand re-opening of their new Horsham Branch located at 339 Maple Avenue, Horsham, PA on Thursday, September 5. President & CEO Bruce Foulke is pictured with State Senator Maria Collett, Wendy Klinghoffer, Executive Director of Eastern Montgomery County Chamber, Jo-Anne Zapata, Co-Founder and President of the Greater Horsham Chamber of Commerce, Mary Dare, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of the Greater Horsham Chamber of Commerce,, American Heritage Employees, local dignitaries and business owners.

With a flurry of meet-and-greets with the public and local dignitaries, American Heritage Credit Union (“American Heritage”) celebrated the grand re-opening of its newly renovated Horsham Branch on Thursday, September 5, 2019.  The facility is located at 339 Maple Avenue, Horsham, Pennsylvania.

The grand opening also featured tours before the ribbon cutting ceremony. American Heritage President and CEO Bruce K. Foulke, State Senator Maria Collett, Wendy Klinghoffer, Executive Director of Eastern Montgomery County Chamber, Jo-Anne Zapata, Co-Founder and President of the Greater Horsham Chamber of Commerce, Mary Dare, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of the Greater Horsham Chamber of Commerce, and Members of the Horsham Township Council were in attendance to participate in the branch’s dedication.

The facility provides the latest in financial technology – multiple Personal Automated Teller (PAT®) Machines, touch screen monitors and digital information boards providing a convenient and refreshing experience for members and community. PAT® machines combine the convenience of an ATM with a highly personalized two-way video interaction, allowing members to conduct quick transactions while continuing to involve American Heritage’s signature member service. The branch also includes a Multiple-Purpose Room that will host hundreds of free seminars, financial literacy workshops and community meetings on an annual basis.

“The American Heritage Board of Directors and I are excited to expand American Heritage’s service in the Horsham community,” states Foulke.  “We look forward to helping our members, local neighborhoods and businesses achieve their financial goals. We are committed to not only serving their financial needs, but also building trusted relationships through every stage of their lives.  We are also excited and inspired by the opportunity to enhance our giving and involvement in the Horsham and Montgomery County communities.”

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