Series of celebrations mark milestone, as well as grand reopening showcasing recent renovations.
Roselle, NJ — Roselle Bank, which has served central and northern New Jersey for 130 years, celebrated its 130th anniversary and marked the completion of renovations to its main office branch and operations center buildings with an array of recent events. Each of the bank’s four branches hosted celebrations for community members and held networking events for regional business leaders and professionals, during which Roselle was recognized for its successful rebranding efforts and continued attentiveness to local financial needs.
The Roselle location kicked off the festivities with a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating not only the overall rebranding but also the redesigned individual branch. To commemorate the milestone, Roselle Bank received a proclamation from the State of New Jersey from Assemblyman Jamal Holley during a ceremony attended by Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau. Other community leaders, including mayors, attended the professional networking events at the bank’s remaining branches.
The Community Appreciation events were open to the public and included instant cash giveaways for the first several dozen adults in attendance. Also, the bank hosted an enter-to-win sweepstakes for an Amazon Fire Stick; the event also launched a weeklong promotion in which those opening a qualifying checking or e-checking account received a bonus.
Simultaneously, Roselle Bank celebrated the completion of a number of renovations to its main office branch and operations center, featuring a new 24-hour walk-up ATM and a 24-hour drive-up ATM at 108 West Third Avenue. The updates are designed to enhance customers’ banking experiences in a streamlined and modern manner.
“As we commemorate this special anniversary, we were privileged to host celebratory events to mark a new era for Roselle Bank,” said William E. Fredericks, Chairman of the Board. “We look forward to continuing our 130-year history of helping the businesses and residents in the communities we serve meet their financial needs.”