Ent Credit Union breaks ground in Parker

Cottonwood location expected to open in early 2019

Posted 7/2/18

A statewide credit union with 29 locations has found a new home in Parker. Ent Credit Union, a Colorado Springs-based credit union, broke ground June 22 on a new location in Parker's Cottonwood area. …

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Ent Credit Union breaks ground in Parker

Cottonwood location expected to open in early 2019

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A statewide credit union with 29 locations has found a new home in Parker.

Ent Credit Union, a Colorado Springs-based credit union, broke ground June 22 on a new location in Parker's Cottonwood area. The 5,000-square-foot facility will feature state-of-the-art technology like self-service safe boxes and instant-issued debit cards.

“We are looking forward to starting construction on what will become Ent's first location in the Parker community,” said Matt Gendron, Ent's chief engagement officer. “This new service center is in a great location and adds another level of convenience and accessibility to our members in Douglas County.”

Construction of the building — Ent's first Parker location — is predicted to be completed by January, barring unexpected bad weather.

Mayor Mike Waid appeared at the groundbreaking to welcome Ent to Parker.

The new facility, at 18700 Cottonwood Drive, will employ 12 people in Ent's third Douglas County location. There are two facilities in Castle Rock.

Victoria Selfridge, Ent's vice president of corporate communications, said the company has more than 1,000 members who live within five miles of Parker already and said the company will continue to emphasize its community outreach. Ent has already become the title sponsor for the town's Stars and Stripes Celebration on the Fourth of July.

“We're honored to celebrate the Cottonwood groundbreaking,” Selfridge said. “While everything inside may be new, our employees at this location will uphold the same quality service our members have come to expect at any of our service centers.”

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