Port Washington bank will open branch in new Saukville store
Port Washington State Bank will open a branch inside the Pick ‘n Save grocery story under construction in Saukville, bank president and CEO Steve Schowalter said.
The new office will open in January and will be the bank’s sixth full-service branch and the second office to have opened in the last year.
"We’re very excited about being able to make banking more convenient for patrons of Pick ‘n Save, many of whom are already Port Washington State Bank customers" Schowalter said. "Given our market share lead in the new stores’ service area, it makes a lot of sense for us."
The new office will have extended hours, including Saturday and Sunday hours, and will offer a full array of personal and business banking products and services.
The branch will occupy 550 square feet of the store and will include three teller windows and a private office for the branch manager and personal banker, as well as an automated teller machine.
Amy M. Winter, currently a senior personal banker at Port Washington State Bank’s Grafton office,has been named branch manager for the new Saukville grocery store office. She has 10 years of banking experience and recently managed a supermarket bank branch for another financial institution.
The bank has locations in Port Washington, Saukville, Belgium, Fredonia and Grafton.
Oct. 17, 2003 Small Business Times, Milwaukee