The CENTer / CENT WestSide 2017-05-10T09:03:04+00:00

CENT brings change to Mason City

 

OUR NEW LOCATIONS:

The CENTer: 25 West State Street

CENT WestSide: 3124 4th Street SW

NEWS COVERAGE

Globe Gazette: Mason City credit union completes expansion

Globe Gazette: Credit union to move into two vacant Mason City bank buildings

North Iowa Today: CENT Credit Union purchasing and renovating two vacant buildings in Mason City; moving two current locations

The CENTer Grand Opening Celebration:

 

WestSide Ribbon Cutting:

 

Announcing the news to the team:

One of the biggest questions among team members since we’ve announced the upcoming move has been, “Which location will I be in?” We decided to have a little bit of fun with the reveal on April 6:

 

THE VIDEOS

New carpet is a reason to dance:

New locations featured heavily in CENT News Episode 1:

Refreshing the safe deposit box vault door:

Our youngest team members helping out:

Answering some frequently asked questions:

The big announcement:

Letting people know change is coming:

THE INFORMATION

CENT Credit Union announces major investments in downtown and western Mason City.

Mason City, December 31, 2016:  CENT Credit Union is formally announcing the purchase and renovation of two vacant buildings in Mason City for use as CENT locations:

The CENTer: CENT has purchased the former Bank of America building (25 W. State St.) adjacent to the Historic Park Inn and Central Park in downtown Mason City.  This facility has been vacant since the closure of Bank of America in August, 2016.  It will serve as CENT’s new headquarters, and will allow for tremendous growth in employment and opportunities to serve new and future members.

CENT WestSide: CENT has purchased the former Community National Bank building (3124 4th St. SW) located next to Applebee’s and Mills Fleet Farm on Mason City’s west end.  The facility has been vacant for approximately three years.

“This is truly a monumental day in the history of CENT Credit Union,” said Matthew Chizek, CENT President and CEO.  “Since 1965, we’ve been focusing on helping the people in this community, and thanks to their support, we’re able to make this change.”

“We’re also honored to provide a tremendous service to the city of Mason City by finding new use for a large unused property right in the heart of downtown, and a long-vacant building on the growing west side,” Chizek said.

Relocation into the new facilities is expected to be complete on May 1, 2017.  As part of the relocation, CENT’s two current locations will close.

 

 

 

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