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James Dowling Hired as Business Development Representative for Reliant Credit Union

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Posted in Reliant News

Contact: Emily Chambers
Public Relations Specialist
Phone: 800.724.9282 x3397
Email: [email protected]

SODUS, N.Y., February 23, 2021— Reliant Credit Union is pleased to announce that James Dowling has joined the team as the Business Development Representative.  Mr. Dowling comes to Reliant from GameStop, where he served as District Manager.

In this new role, Mr. Dowling represents Reliant to businesses and the community by participating in a variety of activities designed to generate credit union growth. He is also responsible for promoting and coordinating educational seminars in workplace and community settings.

“I am looking forward to helping guide our members in their pursuit of achieving financial success. I feel that I bring fresh insight and ideas to the credit union and look forward to offering new ways of doing business,” said Mr. Dowling. “I am very excited about making an impact and growing our member base.”

Mr. Dowling received an associate degree in liberal arts from Monroe Community College and a Bachelor of Science degree in political science from Arizona State University. Mr. Dowling currently lives in Pultneyville with his wife and children. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, camping, traveling, and spending time with family.

Reliant Credit Union, which began locally in 1970, is a $550 million credit union serving more than 40,000 members. Eligibility is available to all who live, work, worship, attend school, or volunteer in Monroe, Ontario, and Wayne counties. Reliant currently has branches in Brockport, Canandaigua, Geneva, Henrietta, Irondequoit, Macedon, Newark, Sodus, and Webster. A full-service financial institution, Reliant offers a complete range of financial products and services, including mortgages. For information regarding membership or employment, contact the credit union at 800-724-9282 or visit reliantcu.com.

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