Stanley, ND

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Dakota West Credit Union Grand Opening - 120 12th Ave SE

New Year, New Credit Union

Dakota West Credit Union Celebrates Grand Opening of Stanley Branch

Dakota West Credit Union invites customers and members of the community to celebrate the Grand Opening of its new full-service branch off Highway 2, at 120 12th Ave SE in Stanley, ND on January 19, 2012.  Dakota West Credit Union is excited to be the first Credit Union to open their doors to the growing and diverse community of Stanley.  The progressive Credit Union offers their members quality products and services, extended banking hours of 5:30pm M-F as well as 8am - 12pm on Saturdays, and a 24 hour ATM.

Dakota West Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution that provides comprehensive, competitive financial services to their members.  It is their mission to offer services that will encourage savings, provide a source of credit, and help them attain financial security and independence.

The Main office, located in Watford City, was established in 1941.  In 1991, they merged with Grenora Credit Union, and to better reflect their membership, they changed their name from Mckenzie County Credit Union to Dakota West Credit Union.  Since that time they have added branches in New Town, Turtle Lake, Washburn, Riverdale, Mohall, New England, Bowman, and now in Stanley.  The Member owned Dakota West Credit Union is delighted to expand their small-town cooperative roots and share their tradition of people helping people.  This is demonstrated through many of the benefits they offer including: lower loan rates, better rates on savings, lower fees and extensive options for managing your money.

Residents and local business owners are encouraged to come in and enjoy some refreshments, take advantage of great savings and speak with our team about their financial needs during the Grand Opening.

At the Crossroads of Hwy 2 & 8