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Country Bank opens a new location in Tatnuck Square

Posted on July 5, 2022

Country Bank is opening a new Banking Center at 638 Chandler Street, Worcester, in the former Bank of America building. The center will open for business on Monday, July 18, 2022, followed by a week-long celebration that will feature a drawing for a Worcester Red Sox VIP Suite for up to 20 guests (no purchase necessary).

Country Bank continues to look for opportunities to support the Worcester Community, ensuring it reinvests in the communities it serves. The Banking Center offers a Universal Banker approach, which allows all Banking Center Specialists to assist customers with all of their banking needs. The bank continues to focus its efforts to help make a difference in the Worcester Community, having donated a total of $209,675.00 and 183 volunteer hours to various non-profits in Worcester over the last six months.

As a founding partner of the Worcester Red Sox, the community bank has supported local non­ profits in the region through a combined charitable giving campaign with the WooStar Program. They also offer a Most Valuable Teacher (MVT) Program that recognizes the outstanding work teachers do every day to educate and support students.

In addition, both organizations are working together to bring back a long-standing baseball game between the Worcester Police and Fire Departments. The game is scheduled for Monday, September 26, 2022 at Polar Park. Tickets will go on sale soon and proceeds will benefit both Police and Fire’s chosen organizations.

Country Bank also welcomes Kimberly Eaton to the team as the Retail Banking Officer of this location. Kimberly resides in Brookfield with her family and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Worcester State University. She has worked in the financial services industry for 10 years and is experienced in business development in the greater Worcester market. Eaton and her team look forward to providing customers excellence in service and best-in-class solutions and becoming a part of the local community. She has been getting to know the local business community over the past month while purchasing gift cards to distribute as prizes during the grand opening week. “I am excited to develop relationships with the people and businesses in the Tatnuck Square area,” Eaton said. “My goal is to continue to build on the already great reputation that Country Bank has and to help our customers achieve their financial dreams and goals.”

The week-long celebration includes food, giveaways, a prize wheel, and drawings, with a ribbon­ cutting ceremony scheduled for 12 PM on Friday, July 22, 2022. In addition, the bank’s mascot Buck and his pal Smiley Ball from the Worcester Red Sox will be posing for photos. A Grand Prize drawing will be held for a Worcester Red Sox VIP Suite for up to 20 guests (no purchase necessary).

“When this location became available, we knew it was a great fit to expand our presence in the city,” stated Paul Scully, President, and CEO of Country Bank. “As a community partner, we care deeply about the sustainability of our communities and the people who live in them. This location will be our third in Worcester and we have a dedicated team of consumer and commercial bankers who work closely with our customers to help them navigate the ever-changing financial landscape. We will be here to help you evolve as you strive to reach your financial goals. We really are excited to be a part of this great city and are looking forward to getting to know the people who reside, operate businesses, and work in this area.”

Country Bank is ready to make a difference in the Tatnuck Square neighborhood. They invite you to stop in to see why they think the right bank makes all the difference.

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