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AmeriCU Partners with Stewart’s Shops to offer More Fee-Free ATM Access to Members

Monday, July 10, 2017  
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AmeriCU Partners with Stewart’s Shops to offer More Fee-Free ATM Access to Members


ROME, NY – JULY 10, 2017:  AmeriCU recently announced a partnership with Stewart’s Shops to offer its more than 120,000 members fee-free access to ATMs at all Stewart’s Shops locations across New York state and Vermont. “We are very excited about the opportunity to expand our ATM network to over 500 locations and provide this added benefit to our members. Additionally, we welcome the opportunity to work with Stewart’s Shops - a locally owned company that shares our commitment to improving the communities we serve,” said Dyana Herrig O’Neill, Vice President, Financial Center Operations for AmeriCU. For a complete list of fee-free ATMs available to AmeriCU members, please visit

About AmeriCU
AmeriCU Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution serving nine counties in Central and Northern New York. AmeriCU Credit Union is located in central New York and is among New York State’s largest, full-service financial cooperatives. The organization has built relationships with members since 1950 and currently serves more than 120,000 members world-wide through its Member Service Center and its 19 full-service financial center locations. In addition to its full offering of traditional personal and commercial banking services, AmeriCU provides investment, insurance and financial planning services and consultation. For more information, visit

About Stewart’s Shops
Stewart’s Shops is an employee and family-owned convenience store chain with over 330 shops, with over a dozen opening in the past few years across Central New York. They are known for their coffee, food selection, grocery, gasoline and other convenience items. Stewart’s Shops frequently gives back to its communities, donating approximately $2.5 million annually, with Dake family foundations giving an equivalent amount.

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