PASO ROBLES, Calif., March 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bank of the Sierra today announced it has completed the relocation of its Paso Robles branch from 2138 Spring Street to an improved location at 1207 Spring Street. Just adjacent to the park downtown, the new location is on the corner of 12th and Spring Street in a building previously occupied by Union Bank. In addition to the full range of financial services available at the newly remodeled branch, the 3,000 square foot location will have a convenient walk-up ATM.
Kevin McPhaill, President and CEO of Bank of the Sierra, expressed his enthusiasm for the relocation. "We've been planning this important relocation since our acquisition of Coast National Bank last year. It's our goal to continue improving Bank of the Sierra's reach, visibility and convenience in our Coastal markets. We anticipate this new location will make it even easier to bank with us in Paso Robles."
The full service location officially opened its doors for business on March 6th, with a grand opening, ribbon cutting and customer appreciation week to be scheduled later this year.
For more information about the new location, feel free to contact Bank of the Sierra at (805) 239-9520.
About Bank of the Sierra
Since its founding in 1977, Bank of the Sierra has grown to become the largest independent bank in the southern San Joaquin Valley, with approximately $2 billion in assets. Bank of the Sierra is a community-centric regional bank, which offers a full range of retail and commercial banking services via 33 full-service branches located throughout California's southern San Joaquin Valley and neighboring communities, on the Central Coast, and in southern California locations including the Santa Clara Valley. We also maintain a loan production office and an online branch, and provide specialized lending services through an agricultural credit center, a real estate industries center, and an SBA center.
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SOURCE Bank of the Sierra