Transform GSO announced today Allegacy Federal Credit Union has renewed its annual corporate sponsorship of TGSO.
The Sponsorship provides for promotional exposure of Allegacy on TGSO’s website, digital and front desk signage, and in social media and member newsletters. Allegacy also will be recognized as a Sponsor at the Grand Opening of TGSO’s expansion space in the neighboring Gateway Building, slated for October 6. The expansion will nearly quadruple the footprint of TGSO in downtown Greensboro.
Additional sponsorship benefits for Allegacy include promotional mentions in press releases and recognition for its support of an online learning platform that TGSO is developing for members and the community at large.
“We are excited to renew our long-standing partnership with Transform GSO to help support their commitment to providing resources for professionals, entrepreneurs, changemakers and visionaries in the community,” said Debbie McCliment, Senior Community Development Specialist. “Allegacy is a proud supporter of the work Andy Zimmerman continues to do to advance economic development in Greensboro.”
TGSO founder and President Andy Zimmerman said, “We’re honored and grateful that Allegacy continues its support of Transform GSO. And we’re delighted our values and goals align with Allegacy Members. We’re doing everything in our power to ensure that a sponsorship of Transform GSO represents an investment in Greensboro’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, the local economy, and the Community at large.”
For 54 years, Allegacy has helped its members, employees, and the communities it serves to be their best by helping people make smart financial choices. By doing right, Allegacy has become one of the largest credit unions in North Carolina, serving more than 163,000 members worldwide with over $1.9 billion in assets and nearly $1.5 billion in assets under management in its financial planning group. With roots in Winston-Salem, Allegacy has 17 locations and nine high school student-run credit unions. Allegacy offers personal and business financial services to help a broad membership base, including the employees, retirees, and families of over 1,800 companies throughout the country. To learn more, visit Allegacy.org.
About Transform GSO
With locations at 111 Lewis Street and 111 Bain Street (in the Gateway Building), Transform GSO is a shared workspace in downtown Greensboro designed to empower entrepreneurs, small businesses, and professionals with the collaborative workspace and resources they need to achieve their goals, all under one roof. For more information, visit https://transformgso.com/.