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Coast 360 opens new Maite HQ

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Coast 360 Federal Credit Union officially opened the doors to its new Maite headquarters this morning.  The building is the first on Guam to be designed to meet the stringent "green" standards set by LEED and the U.S. Green Building Council.  

And according to CEO John Arroyo, it's also the culmination of more than 45 years of hard work by the credit union's founders.  "It's a dream come true. You've got to remember this credit union started from humble beginnings - $250 and 19 individuals - and over the span of 48 years they've led us to this point," he said.

If you weren't able to stop by the new headquarters today, they're also open tomorrow from 9 to 1, and tours of the eco-friendly building, both guided and self are available.

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