Supporters of the Federal Credit Union Credit Center Celebration


Proponent Federal Credit Union is celebrating its newest Nutley credit center on Wednesday, March 23 at 12:00 p.m., located at 173 Bloomfield Avenue, the former location of Cavallo’s Market. Several community representatives are expected to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The doors of the new credit center will open to the public on Monday, April 11th for consultation appointments and walk-up transactions. Grand opening ceremonies are held
all week long with gifts, prizes and special offers for new members.

Established in 1971, Proponent has been lending locally in Nutley for over 50 years, offering all types of personal loans at competitive interest rates and lower fees than traditional lending
banks. What makes Proponent unique is that it’s a neighborhood lender whose lending decisions are made at Nutley’s headquarters, which means faster decisions

Advocate membership will be extended to select employer groups and organizations including The Nutley Free Public Library, Friends of Nutley Singers, Holy Family
Church, corporations occupying ON3 Business Park, Nutley Township employees and many others.

“We are proud to expand our services in Nutley and look forward to continuing to improve the financial wellbeing of our neighbors as a member-owned non-profit organization
lender. We work for the benefit of our members, not the company shareholders,” said Debi Van Dorn, President of Proponent.

In addition to lending, Proponent offers a full range of financial products and services, from deposit products with access to over 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs to state-of-the-art
virtual and digital banking functions.

For more information about Proponent membership, visit or call 800.457.8058.


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