PNC Bank moves to new “green” location in Youngstown

March 15, 2012 by  

The Youngstown PNC Bank, formerly located on Wick Avenue, moved about a block away this week on Monday, March 12. The branch is now located on Federal Street in the City Center One Building. The first floor location will not only allow the bank to operate in a more efficient manner, it will also allow them to conserve funds on energy expenses.

When businesses such as the Youngstown branch of PNC Bank relocate and restructure operations, a variety of printing services are often required. Businesses that have relocated often find they need business card printing and new stationery printing to establish a new location. In addition, these businesses may choose to alert customers about the move via flyer printing, banner printing or other advertising methods.

Ted Schmidt, PNC Regional President, stated that the bank feels a strong commitment to the Youngstown area and felt it was important to keep the branch located in the downtown area. When a space in the area opened up, PNC acted on the opportunity.

All of the furniture that was in the former PNC building was donated to various non-profit organizations in the area. Schmidt stated that everything in the Federal Street location is new. A majority of the material is recycled, as PNC Bank is moving towards a green initiative. Every new PNC location now must meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. Several departments within the bank, including the executive offices, will finish the moving process by the end of the week.

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