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TTCU has broken ground on a new branch in Pryor. The branch will be part of TTCU's network of branches serving communities in Oklahoma.

“TTCU is excited to be a part of the growth happening in Pryor,” TTCU President and CEO Tim Lyons said. “Pryor is helping to build the future of Oklahoma. Every job being added represents a person who will need a place to find trusted financial solutions, and TTCU will be here for them.”

The 900-square-foot modern branch built out of shipping containers was designed by GH2 Architects LLC and will be built by LD Kerns Contractors, Inc. The branch will be located on Mill Street near the center of town.

“This micro branch will bring TTCU’s full suite of financial services in a smaller footprint,” TTCU Vice President of Construction Management Cindi Owens said. “Its shipping container construction represents a bold, modern design for a credit union that is ready to move into the future with you.”

The micro branch concept effectively utilizes space by allowing members to complete transactions through Interactive Teller Machines, which combine the benefits of self-service ATMs with the personal touch of talking with a real-life video teller, and video conferencing spaces. The on-site branch staff will be available to help with loan applications, opening new accounts and provide customized financial advice.

The new branch is expected to open in fall of 2022.