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Mark your calendars: Scenic Community Credit Union’s Grand Opening party 🎉

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Exterior of new branch of Scenic Community Credit Union.

The Grand Opening will include cash giveaways (to the first 50 adults), the ChatterBox Food Truck, the Red Eye Rooster Co. Drink Truck, a “Trunk or Treat” for pre-Halloween fun for the kids, and more.

Photo provided by Scenic Community Credit Union

DYK? Scenic Community Credit Union has been a part of the East Brainerd community since October 1997.

To celebrate their 25th anniversary, the branch will host a Grand Opening party at their new location, 8171 East Brainerd Rd., on Thurs., Oct. 20 (International Credit Union Day) from 9 a.m.-7 p.m., ft. food trucks, drinks, cash giveaways, and a trunk-or-treat for kids. 🎉

The new branch will feature an internet café + beverage bar, and allow members to video chat with tellers.

Help SCCU celebrate.*

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