North Carolina SECU Places First ATM On Native American Tribal Land

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RALEIGH, N.C. – State Employees’ CU has agreed with the Haliwa-Saponi Native American Tribe to place an SECU Cash Points ATM on the tribe’s grounds in Hollister, N.C.

The deal marks the first scheduled installation of an SECU ATM on the tribe’s property, with activation slated for July 2010.

The Haliwa-Saponi Tribe has more than 3,800 enrolled members at SECU, with more than 70% residing within a 6-mile radius of the town of Hollister, in Halifax and Warren Counties.

The 4,000 members of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe reside primarily in the area traditionally known by the elders as “The Meadows” in the southwestern part of rural Halifax County and the southeastern part of rural Warren County. The Tribe was recognized by the state of North Carolina in 1965.

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