WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The Westchester Bank will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony and public open house at its newest location at 305 Mamaroneck Ave. in Mamaroneck on Saturday, May 21.
The ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. will be followed by fun, food and festivities available for all to enjoy and free to the public.
Guests expected to attend the ribbon cutting are Village of Mamaroneck Mayor, Norm Rosenblum, Mamaroneck Chamber of Commerce President, Steven Josephson, President & CEO of The Westchester Bank, John Tolomer and Mike DiSante, Vice President and Branch Manager.
Immediately following the ribbon cutting will be a series of fun activities for all to enjoy with free food, refreshments and gifts until 2 p.m. Activities will include face painting, animal balloon making and more for kids and families.
“We’re thrilled to be celebrating our fifth branch opening and look forward to becoming an integral part of a vibrant Mamaroneck community,'' Tolomer said. “Local businesses in Mamaroneck continue to grow and our entire Branch staff looks forward to serving the many small to mid-size businesses seeking a community bank that takes the time to listen to their unique needs, then provides the best banking solutions to meet those needs. Banking Made Personal isn’t just a motto; it’s a promise to each customer we have the privilege to serve … and it’s how we do business,” Tolomer said.