Farmington Bank branch coming to Rocky Hill

February 10, 2014 by  

As of January 23, 366 Cromwell Avenue in Rocky Hill has been be home to a branch of Farmington Bank. The company designed the branch to be appealing to customers, yet modern with a drive thru window. In addition, the customer floor space totals 1,800 square feet.

Throughout this month, a grand opening celebration is taking place at the bank on Cromwell Avenue. Each day, the bank is giving out prizes and conducting family friendly events on Saturdays.

President, CEO, and Chairman John J. Patrick Jr. explained that the Rocky Hill branch coincides with the company’s idea of offering full-service banking to the local area, consumer, and business alike. He also expressed his excitement to join the community in employee volunteering and charity events with the Farmington Bank Community Foundation.

Farmington Bank was started in 1851 and now has 22 branches in the central Connecticut area. It handles both personal and commercial accounts for a variety of customers with $2bn in assets. It is a also a First Connecticut Bancorp, Inc subsidiary.

Bank brochures next to ATMs and form slots can let a curious customer know what services the bank offers. When large organizations like Farmington Bank set up new branches, they often look to make themselves stand out by investing in high quality materials produced by brochure printers.

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