Payment Alliance International (PAI) and OnPoint Community Credit Union have announced that they have entered into an agreement to brand ATMs at all 72 Rite Aid pharmacies in the state of Oregon.
PAI will own and operate the ATMs which will be outfitted with OnPoint Community Credit Union’s branding. OnPoint members will benefit from surcharge-free access to cash at Oregon Rite Aid pharmacies beginning July 2014.
“The Rite Aid pharmacy locations provide an excellent opportunity to promote brand awareness, complement existing branch locations for enhanced member convenience and optimize points of presence to acquire new members,” says Gregory W. Mercer, senior vice president for PAI. “We are thrilled to be able to serve OnPoint Community Credit Union and their members.”
“We are excited to put the OnPoint brand on ATMs in Rite Aid pharmacies throughout the state of Oregon,” states Rob Stuart, president and chief executive officer for OnPoint Community Credit Union. “This benefits our members with convenient, surcharge-free access to cash right in the communities where they live and shop, plus enhances credit union visibility, which helps us grow.”
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