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GeoVista cuts ribbon on Richmond Hill branch
GeoVista RH ribbon cutting
GeoVista CEO Elaine Tuten cuts the ribbon Wednesday. Photo by Hollie Lewis.

GeoVista hosted a ribbon cutting Wednesday afternoon at its new branch location in Richmond Hill.

CEO Elaine Tuten said, “We are officially a permanent part of Bryan County and we intend to stay here.”

Unlike GeoVista’s previous location, the new office located at 11090 Ford Avenue offers drive-through service which Vice President of Sales and Business Development Steven Asplund said is vital during these challenging times.

“Also, it is closer and more convenient for our members to get to. We are more centrally located now instead of all the way down by the highway,” Asplund said.

GeoVista opened its first branch in Bryan County in 2010 and has since been on a mission.

“Our ties with this community have grown, allowing us to build this beautiful new location. We are thrilled to be a part of such a thriving community, so we can carry out our mission of: doing good things for people to help them afford life.” said Asplund.

“If we can help people with their financial needs, then we’ve done our job. GeoVista loves Bryan County, y’all have made us feel so welcome for years,” Tuten said.

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