CLINTON — This week saw the opening of a new location for Clinton’s DuTrac Community Credit Union location.
A release from the organization announced the grand opening of the company’s Clinton branch at 2900 S. 25th St., Suite A, within the Clinton Marketplace, joining Buffalo Wild Wings, Rue 21, Hobby Lobby and Shoe Sensation at the complex nestled just off Lincoln Way at the west end of the city.
The release stated that the former location for the Clinton branch, at the LyondellBasell plant site, would be closing permanently upon the opening of the new location.
“The branch office location at the plant is being closed for safety reasons,” DuTrac President and CEO Andrew Hawkinson said in the release. “The new location will provide better access to the greater Clinton community while conveniently continuing to best serve the workers at the LyondellBasell plant.
The new branch location, on a main traffic artery, is easily accessible now to anyone living in, or commuting through, Clinton who would like to be a member of DuTrac.”
The new location will continue to offer everything the DuTrac name has become known for, the release states. The Dubuque-based firm currently serves some 46,000 customers through 13 branches in the Tri-State region of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin.
“The Clinton branch will remain a full-serve branch which will include a drive-up, extended Saturday hours, 24-hour ATM access as well as real estate and mortgage options, business lending services and much more,” the release says.