Greater Texas Credit Union Hosting Greatest Day Community Event
Bastrop, TX, Aug. 11, 2022 – Bastrop’s first credit union, Greater Texas, is inviting the community to its “Greatest Day” celebration on Friday, August 19, from 2 to 4 pm.
Greater Texas is celebrating the grand reopening of its Bastrop branch at 115 Hunters Crossing Blvd. The carnival-style affair will feature popular local food trucks, games for all ages, face painting, an on-site DJ, cash giveaway, and door prizes.
Originally opened in 2005, the 5,527-square-foot branch was thoroughly renovated this year. The remodeled space sports a fresh modern look and design that offers a more personal banking experience.
The branch offers a full suite of financial services to help members achieve their financial goals. From traditional checking and savings accounts and payment tools, to lending services for homes and autos, members have access to certified financial planners, insurance experts, and financial education resources all within the Bastrop branch.
“As the first credit union in Bastrop we have a strong and proud connection to this community,” said Jason Goodman, COO of Greater Texas Credit Union. “Our Greatest Day celebration is our thanks to the people of Bastrop. This is another milestone for our presence here, and we want to celebrate with the community that has been so supportive of our services these last two decades.”
The eight-person branch team is currently led by Lole Nunez, Assistant Vice President Market Development and Operations, and Jennifer Castillo, Branch Operation Supervisor.
About Greater Texas
Greater Texas Credit Union, founded in 1952, is a financial cooperative that emphasizes community stewardship, charitable giving, and employee volunteerism through its Greater Good initiative. Together with its subsidiary, Aggieland Credit Union – which serves the Brazos Valley – the credit union offers a wide variety of consumer-oriented banking services to its 80,000 members across the state of Texas. Greater Texas has locations in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Bryan-College Station, Edinburg, and the Dallas-Ft. Worth market with assets of nearly $1 billion.