PUYALLUP, Wash., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- 1st Security Bank has reopened its newest branch in downtown Puyallup at 307 W. Stewart Street.
As a local, community-focused financial institution, 1st Security Bank partnered with award-winning Tacoma architecture firm BCRA for their new contemporary design, while Edmonds-based Wilcox Construction served as general contractor for the project. 1st Security Bank's updated location offers a variety of helpful new amenities such as a 24-hour ATM with secure vestibule, drive through banking, and a community conference room.
"Our new Puyallup branch demonstrates our commitment to the city of Puyallup and residents of the south Puget Sound Region," said 1st Security Bank CEO, Joe Adams. "We look forward to serving our customers for years to come."
To mark its grand opening the week of Oct. 25-29, the branch will celebrate with refreshments, prizes and special offers. On Thursday evening, Oct. 28, the Puyallup staff will host an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Those interested in attending should contact the branch team.
There will also be a Shred-It and eWaste day for community members to bring by paper for shredding and electronics for recycling on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 9am to 1pm.
"After all these months of construction, I'd like to thank our customers for their patience and we're looking forward to showing them our beautiful new branch," said Sandy Werner, Branch Manager.
For more information on the Puyallup Grand Opening, contact 1st Security Bank at 253-848-0618.
About 1st Security Bank
1st Security Bank, Member FDIC, has been serving individuals and businesses across the greater Puget Sound area since 1936. It is a well-capitalized institution with $278,536,000 in assets. The bank currently has 82 employees and six branches throughout the Puget Sound.
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