Ardent Credit Union opens new branch at King of Prussia Town Center

HAUT MERION — Ardent Credit Union is planning a grand opening to mark the recent opening of its newest branch – it’s the eighth in the Greater Philadelphia area.

The 1,800 square foot location opened September 26 at 110 Town Square Place in the King of Prussia Town Center. The Grand Opening Ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, October 15, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

The new branch will serve shoppers and residents, surrounded by acres of mixed-use development just off Swedesford Road – which includes Wegmans, restaurants, retail stores, townhouses and apartments, as well as campuses of Montgomery County for the specialty of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Care and Surgical Center and Main Line Health.

“We are excited to expand our physical footprint in the Philadelphia area and open in one of the region’s largest retail destinations. Our presence at King of Prussia will be an added convenience to current Ardent members who frequent its stores and we look forward to serving new members with our innovative and accessible approach to banking,” said Rob Werner, President and Chief the management of Ardent, in a press release. .

For a limited time, Ardent is offering two promotional offers exclusive to the new King of Prussia Town Center location:

• A savings account, open to new members only until June 30, which applies to the first $25,000 of the balance.

• A 15 month CD open to all members with a maximum deposit of $100,000.

To qualify for the promotional offer, the account must be opened at the new Ardent site and there is a limit of one savings account and one 15-month CD per person. For more information on offers, visit ardentcu.org/kop.

Ardent Credit Union membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties. Eligible businesses must also be located in these counties. Based in Philadelphia, Ardent has nearly 37,000 members in the greater Philadelphia area.

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