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Press Release | October

Minnesota’s Largest Credit Union Expands: Wings Credit Union Now Open in Rochester

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October 04, 2022
APPLE VALLEY, Minn. (October 4, 2022) – Wings Credit Union opened doors to a new full-service branch in Rochester on September 20, 2022. Conveniently located near Hy-Vee off West Circle Drive, this location is the 28th Wings branch to open in Minnesota.

Wings takes pride in offering top-notch service to local members of the Med-City community. Branch Manager, Lee Kulas states, “the team aspires to be a leader in outstanding member service and add value to our community.”

In efforts to continuously improve technology and convenience, the Rochester location offers Express Tellers inside the branch and in the drive-up. Express Tellers allow members to quickly and securely complete a wide range of teller services, from self-service transactions to face-to-face assistance from a Personal Teller.
The modern branch design reflects Wings’ commitment to delivering the latest technology with individualized service. The branch is designed by Pope Architects, built by Nor-Son Construction, and managed by Frauenshuh Real Estate.

Wings will celebrate the grand opening of the Rochester branch October 24-29, 2022, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony taking place on Tuesday, October 25 at 11:00 a.m.

About Wings Credit Union
Wings Credit Union is Minnesota's largest credit union and one of the top credit unions nationally, with almost $8 billion in assets and over 340,000 members. In 2022, Wings was named a Star Tribune top workplace for the tenth consecutive year and was voted Minnesota’s Best Credit Union in the Star Tribune’s 2022 Readers’ Choice Contest.

Wings members enjoy competitive savings and lending rates, convenient mobile and online access, over 80,000 surcharge-free ATMs and 28 branch locations throughout the state of Minnesota, plus offices in Atlanta, Detroit, Orlando, and Seattle. Founded in 1938, Wings’ membership has grown to include anyone who lives or works in 34 eligible counties in Minnesota and Wisconsin including the Minneapolis–St. Paul metro area, the metropolitan areas of Atlanta, Detroit, Seattle and Orlando and the aviation industry nationwide.

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