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Posted: Saturday, June 9, 2018. 5:00 p.m. CST.

By BBN Staff:  Today, community members and shareholders of Saint Martin’s Credit Union (SMCU) gathered together to commemorate the historic opening of a new SMCU Branch in Benque Viejo del Carmen.

In a spirited ceremony with a ribbon cutting, the new branch opened for a meet and greet with members of  Benque Viejo Town and surrounding villages.
Present at the opening ceremony was SMCU’s president Dr. John Morris among other distinguished guests.
Camille Cal is the new officer in charge of the Benque Viejo Branch. Cal shared with BBN more information about the opening. She said: “ Today is the inauguration of our Benque Branch, it is a very historic day for us and our staff and management. We invited community members in Benque and so far we have about 900 members already in this location.”
 “ We are trustworthy, we are reliable, and we are ready to help better people lives in Benque and the surrounding communities,” Cal further added.
Special promotions for the new opening included ‘Loans within Shares’, meaning that if customers have $500 in their account, they can borrow $500 and receive same day approval. According to Cal, the loans within shares assist many people to use the funds when they need to while keeping their savings intact.
Members went home with a promotional piggy bank courtesy of SMCU Benque Branch.
Residents of Benque Viejo and surrounding communities are encouraged to visit the new branch and take advantage of the great promotions that are currently being offered.
Saint Martin’s Credit Union has been serving the Cayo District since 1949 and is entirely owned by its members.

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