iQ will celebrate the opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, Dec. 11
VANCOUVER — iQ Credit Union (iQ), a member-owned, modern-day financial institution based in the Pacific Northwest, announced the opening of its relocated Salmon Creek branch. The new location will be in the Skyview Station development on the corner of NE 139th and NE 10th Avenue in Vancouver.
In partnership with the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, iQ will celebrate the opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, Dec. 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Throughout the month, iQ members can stop by the branch to be entered to win weekly giveaways. Each prize features a local Salmon Creek business and represents the credit union’s connection to this community.
“For more than 30 years we have served our members and the Salmon Creek community, and we’re excited to continue that commitment with our new location,” said Ali Migaki, chief retail officer at iQ. “The new branch’s design is reflective of the Pacific Northwest and offers our members better accessibility.”
The 2,755-square-foot branch offers two drive-up lanes and a drive-up ATM, a new EV charging station, safe deposit boxes, a coin machine, mortgage, insurance and investment resources and the friendly iQ team and services members are used to.
At its core, iQ is committed to creating a joyful and inclusive environment as it builds a culture of health and well-being for its employees, members and neighbors. In designing and building the new branch, the credit union is dedicated to applying scientifically verified strategies that holistically support employee and member health, safety, and well-being. iQ is enrolled to pursue a WELL Certification through the International WELL Building Institute. This certification is centered on how buildings can improve comfort, drive better choices and generally enhance health and wellness.
For more information, visit www.iqcu.com.
ABOUT iQ CREDIT UNION
iQ Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving the Pacific Northwest since 1940. With more than 100,000 members in Washington and Oregon, the credit union is known for its deep commitment to financial education and community engagement — and for its signature red and black buffalo plaid colors. iQ helps WAnderers and explORers reach their financial goals by offering honest and friendly advice at any of its 16 branches. More information is available at iQCU.com.
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