Investors Bank Holds Ribbon Cutting for Newly Remodeled Williamstown Branch

WILLIAMSTOWN – Members of Gloucester County’s business community gathered for a ribbon cutting at Investors Bank’s Williamstown Branch on Wednesday, August 5th.
The Williamstown branch is one of four former GCF locations that were acquired by Investors Bank. The other branches are in Sewell, Pitman, and Glassboro. The Sewell location includes Investors Bank Gloucester County-based business lending, commercial real estate, and mortgage operations.
Among the 75 business and community leaders in attendance were the Daniel P. Teefy, Mayor of Monroe Township, who welcomed Investors to the community.
“Investors Bank always is looking to help businesses get started,” said Teefy. “This is a great opportunity for businesses in the region and a boost to the local economy and our efforts to revitalize Main Street in Williamstown.”
Shannon Morgan-Leonen, Investors Bank Assistant Vice President-Branch Manager of the Williamstown Branch and Carmine Pannullo, Investors Bank Vice President and Senior Market Manager, participated in a ceremonial ribbon cutting with Mayor Teefy. They were joined by Gloucester County Freeholder Heather Simmons, Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce President Les Vail, Monroe Township Councilman Cody Miller, and Economic Development Commissioners Tony Langella and Ernest W. Carbone II.
“It’s important to make sure that we as a business community connect with each other. Investors Bank is very happy to be in Gloucester County; we’re all about community and customer service,” said Morgan-Leonen. “Investors takes pride in volunteering and giving back. We practice the 4 C’s – character, commitment, cooperation, and community. It makes you feel better when you give back and help someone else.”

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