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To further support the financial well-being of the New Hampshire community and expand on an opportunity to better serve customers, Bangor Savings Bank will open its second full-service branch in Manchester. The new location is well-positioned to meet the needs of business owners and community members.
The branch, which will open January 9, is the Bank’s eighth location in New Hampshire and its 67th
branch in New England. It is located at 170 Baker Street at the intersection with Queen City Avenue. This area connects to the shops, restaurants, and community services in the downtown as well as the business district surrounding The Mall of New Hampshire.
“As residents and business owners know so well, Manchester is a wonderfully vibrant and dynamic city,” said Bob Montgomery-Rice
, President and CEO of Bangor Savings Bank. “We’re proud to further serve the community with this second location and form new and meaningful relationships while becoming a partner in Manchester’s active downtown.”
Among other offerings, this Bangor Savings Bank branch will provide a range of financial services to include personal and business banking as well as a drive-up ATM and coin counter. With hours to best serve its customers and community, the lobby and drive-up will be open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
“Our banking team is eager to expand even further to serve the Manchester community,” said Kimberly Pope
, Chief Banking Officer of Bangor Savings Bank. “With the addition of this accessible banking location, customers will continue to receive knowledgeable and personal service with care that embodies our ‘You Matter More’ promise.”
The Bank revitalized the site of a former automotive repair shop with a newly built, modern, energy-efficient banking location. The project included adding solar panels to power daily operations, a low ambient temperature heat pump unit, and LED lighting throughout, resulting in a highly efficient banking environment for the Bank’s employees and customers, and the broader community.