Local Leaders Celebrate Nutmeg’s Stratford Grand Opening with Ribbon Cutting
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Jan 29, 2018 - 5:44:36 AM

Pictured from left: Ed Gomes – State Senator, 23rd District Ron Brousseau – Board of Directors, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union Darwin Montenegro – Stratford Branch Manager, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union Mike Petti – Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union Luis Ramos – Chairman of the Board of Directors, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union John Holt – President & CEO, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union Chris Pia – Pinnacle Strategies, Stratford Chamber of Commerce Chair, Stratford Town Council Joseph Gresko – State Representative, 121st District Bill O’Brien – Stratford Town Council Dave Hinchey - Director of Community Impact, ‎Credit Union League of Connecticut Amy Knorr – Stratford Economic Development Department (contributed photo)
Rocky Hill, CT - Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on January 24th at its newest location in the Stratford ShopRite. State and local leaders joined members of the Bridgeport Regional Business Council and the Stratford Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the official Grand Opening of the credit union’s first location in Fairfield County.

The public enjoyed exclusive promotions and was invited to meet Nutmeg’s helpful staff and learn more about the customer benefits the nonprofit credit union has to offer. This is Nutmeg’s ninth branch and is dedicated to serving former members of the Housatonic Teachers Financial Credit Union and all those in surrounding towns.

“We would like to thank the many members of the business and legislative community who came out to show their support and gave us such a warm welcome,” said John Holt, President & CEO of Nutmeg. “We look forward to further expansion opportunities across the region.”

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