Shoreline Bank Customer Appreciation Week, April 23 – 30

Friday, April 2, 2010

Shoreline Bank, together with the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), has joined thousands of community banks across the country in celebration of Community Banking Month. Every year ICBA, state and regional partners, and community banks across the country celebrate the things that make community banking great.

“We’re close to our customers and we’re close to our community,” said Jeffrey P. Lewis, President and CEO of Shoreline Bank. “Hosting an event like our Community Appreciation Week is just one way in which we show appreciation for our customers.”

Thousands of community banks recognize ICBA Community Banking Month in a variety of ways. Whether they host special events with local charities, promote economic development initiatives or offer programs to boost financial literacy, community banks continue to enrich their communities and lives of the customers they serve.

Beginning Friday, April 23, Shoreline Bank will offer a free Bar-B-Q lunch at their Main Office location at the corner of 160th St and Aurora Ave N. Throughout the week special offers will be extended to existing and new bank customers including discount coupons to local businesses in the Shoreline community.

“This is a very unique way of promoting what we stand for as a community bank,” comments Retail Banking V.P. Nick Anderson, “and, it’s just a lot of fun to give something back to the community without any strings attached.” 

A second Bar-B-Q lunch will be hosted at Shoreline Bank’s Ballinger-Lake Forest Park branch located at the intersection of 19th Ave and Ballinger Way NE on Friday April 30.

In addition to the “no strings attached” offers to existing customers of the bank, there will also be special offers available to individuals and small businesses who become new customers of the bank. Anderson directed us to the bank’s website for further details on special offers.

Shoreline Bank, a subsidiary of Northwest Community Bancorp, is a community bank headquartered in North King County serving more than 2,600 households and 750 small businesses. Founded in the fall of 1999, the Bank was formed by the leadership and financial support of the Shoreline community and has expanded to serve customers and shareholders throughout the Puget Sound region. Shoreline Bank currently operates 3 branches in King County. 

Article contributed by Shoreline Bank


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