Orleans Chamber hosts ribbon cutting to celebrate
July 13, 2018 – The Orleans Chamber of Commerce provided a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday July 12th to celebrate unveiling of the newly remodeled Orleans branch of First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union.
The friendly local staff will remain the same, but the branch has been designed to better serve its members and the community of Orleans with updated technology and comfortable spaces to review finances and open accounts in addition to an Interactive Teller Machine (ITM) called “Talk2Me”.
Talk2Me is an Interactive Teller Machine, or an ITM. It combines the ease of an ATM with a personal touch – which means you can talk to a real person through a video monitor. The new branch will continue to offer a complete range of financial services including deposit services, real estate, consumer, auto and small business loans. During the celebration and through July 23rd, when you use our ITM “Talk2Me” you will be entered for a chance to win a $50 Visa® Gift Card daily* prize. Residents of Orleans and the surrounding communities are invited to check out the newly remodeled branch.
Assisting Chris Howard of First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union are Chris Guenette, Alina Leon, Della Sattin, Dawn Camille, Matt Bolinder, Adrienne Watson, John Cotton, Chris Howard, Brian Behunin, Rudolf Herzog, Michael McCormick, Paul Garganigo, Eleanor Weller, Jennifer Lafrance all of First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union, Rich Bryant of Cape Associates, and Noëlle Pina, Executive Director, Orleans Chamber of Commerce.
The Orleans Chamber of Commerce is the recognized essential organization that builds, promotes and supports the Orleans business community through marketing, training and event coordination while attracting sustainable economic investment. The Orleans Chamber of Commerce advocates for approximately 330 members led by a volunteer board of directors. The Chamber also spearheads tourism marketing efforts for its members as well as for the Town of Orleans. For more information please call (508) 255-7203 or visit orleanscapecod.org.