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Towers Shopping center announces new business

 Towers Shopping Center has seen a lot of activity.

So much so, Freedom First Credit Union is expanding at the center. President and CEO, Paul Phillips, says they will move the credit union to the upper level sometime in May. They will also have a drive up ATM machine where Java the Hut used to be in the parking lot.

"It is good, typical landlord tenant relationship, they have been accommodating to our requests, there is a lot of activity going on here so as you can imagine there was a lot of discussions and we are happy with the lease moving forward," says Phillips.

Domestications recently moved out; however The Mattress Firm will take its place this summer.

 

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