A ribbon cutting was held this morning to commemorate the opening, and Gate City Bank will celebrate with giveaways throughout the month. Customers and community members are encouraged to stop by the new location to enter to win one of six $500 Hornbacher’s gift cards, now through May 22.
This is one of two new locations announced earlier this year. The other location opened April 29 inside Hornbacher’s at Gateway West in West Fargo, ND. These full-service bank locations are positioned to meet the needs of the growing Moorhead and West Fargo communities.
“With the dramatic increase in our customer and household base, we’re excited about these investments in our growing community,” said Steve Swiontek, Chairman, President & CEO of Gate City Bank. “As a financial leader, Gate City Bank has a passion for making the lives of our customers and team members better.”
In the last five years, Gate City Bank has opened six locations around the region. Focusing on ways to support and revitalize the communities served has resulted in steady growth, loyalty and the ability to give back for more than 95 years. Donating over $2.2 million to organizations in 2018, Gate City Bank is committed to creating a better way of life.
Gate City Bank focuses heavily on consumer experience and takes time to make sure each customer feels welcomed. Each office features a unique design from handpicked local art to enhanced security features. With the expansion, Gate City Bank will have 38 locations across North Dakota and central Minnesota.
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