KeyBank opens ‘green’ location
November 4, 2012 by James
A greener bank has come to the dublin area. KeyBank, based in Cleveland, has opened an environmentally friendly branch office at 6820 Perimeter Loop Road. The new location is not only built from recycled materials; it is also run on renewable resources.
A Grand Opening Tailgate celebration was held on Saturday, October 27 from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm. The celebration was complete with lunch and a variety of prizes. Rooster’s food truck provided lunch, and former Buckeye football players from OSU were even on hand to sign autographs. In addition, 97.1, The Fan, broadcasted live from the event.
Celebrations such as the Grand Opening Tailgate for the opening of the new ‘green’ KeyBank in Dublin may use banner printing, poster printing, and flyer printing to announce and celebrate the event. These new and expanding businesses also often use local print companies to provide business card printing and other necessary materials to establish themselves in an area. Some may even elect to use digital business cards to reach out to a wider audience.
Sixty-three percent of the products used in the construction of the Dublin branch office were from recycled materials. In addition, the electricity that runs through the building is attained through renewable sources such as solar, wind, and biomass. This greener environment also allows the branch to use less water than many of the other branches – up to 30 per cent less, in fact.
The new ‘green’ KeyBank branch in Dublin marks its seventh location in the central Ohio area in the last five years.