PEABODY, MA - (www.northshore-bank.com) After almost twenty-years in Middleton, North Shore Bank has relocated their branch from 161 South Main Street into the new Circle Furniture Plaza located at 237 South Main Street.
The Bank’s new lobby and teller area offers a modern banking experience. The Customer Service offices provide more space and privacy for customers to conduct their banking business, and a comfortable new waiting area, equipped with a coffee station and flat screen television, allows visitors to relax while waiting to be served. With more visibility from Main Street, the office features two drive-up banking lanes and two 24-hour ATMs.
Kevin Tierney, president of North Shore Bank said, “The reaction from the people in town has been overwhelmingly positive. Customers are really enjoying a new spacious location to do their banking. Everyone who visits tells us how much they love the look of the office and that they appreciate our significant investment in town of Middleton”
To celebrate the opening of the new office, North Shore Bank will be holding a week long “Relocation Celebration,” featuring raffles for gift cards to various local businesses (for contest rules, visit www.northshore-bank.com/middleton-raffle). Throughout the week of April 6th the bank invites Middleton resident’s into their new office to enter the drawings and enjoy refreshments.
North Shore Bank is a full-service community bank based in Peabody, Massachusetts and serving the personal and business banking needs of the North Shore, eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. Established in 1888, the bank operates out of ten area offices, located in Beverly, Danvers, Middleton, Peabody, Salem and Saugus. North Shore Bank is a member of the FDIC and a member of the SIF.
North Shore Bank celebrates the relocation of their Middleton office located at 237 South Main Street in the Circle Furniture Plaza. On hand to cut the ceremonial ribbon is (left to right) Gary Cowles, North Shore Bank Chairman of the Board, Attorney Timothy Houten, David LaFlamme, North Shore Bank Chief Executive Officer, Ira Singer, Middleton Town Manager, Kevin Tierney, North Shore Bank President, and Maria Silva, North Shore Bank Middleton Branch Manager.