On October 1st, HRCU unveiled its newest addition to its network of ATMs and lTMs at 64 Highland Street in Rochester. Joined by staff and Board members of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, HRCU President and CEO Brian Hughes marked the grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
HRCU employees were also on hand to engage community members and hand out personal first aid kits as a thank you. Also present, in no particular order, were Progressive Foods employees, as well as Rochester Police Chief Paul Toussaint, Rochester City Councilor James Gray, Matt Wyatt, City of Rochester, Alan Johnson, Atlantic Broadband, Tatjana Simon, Northeast Credit Union, and Skip Smith, SHARE Fund.
“We’re really excited to add this location to our growing network of ITMs and 24-Hour ATMs,” said Hughes. “ITMs provide great convenience to our members because they give members another way to interact with one of our live local tellers to complete their transactions.”
Live teller service is available at all ITMs Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and Saturdays from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. East Rochester is the sixth ITM in their network, including locations at their branches in Rochester, Farmington, Dover and Dover Point, as well as their kiosk at Weeks Crossing in Dover. These machines are also available 24/7 for all ATM transactions.
Additionally, HRCU has ATMs located away from their branches in the Staples Plaza in Rochester and at the New Durham Country Store. HRCU also belongs to a CO-OP network, giving members access to over 5,000 credit union branches and 30,000 ATMs surcharge-free nationwide.
HRCU is a state-chartered and federally insured community credit union that has been serving the New Hampshire community since its inception in 1962. With several locations throughout the seacoast, HRCU prides itself on helping its members achieve their financial goals through convenient, technology-driven, services and a compassionate, personalized approach.