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Coastal Community Bank opens in Smokey Point

SMOKEY POINT — Coastal Community Bank is celebrating the grand opening of its 10th branch at 16419 Smokey Point Blvd. in Smokey Point on May 10.

At 10 a.m. that day, Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert and Coastal Community Bank CEO and President Eric Sprink will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new branch.

The event is set to include drawings for gift baskets created by local Arlington businesses, and will culminate in a grand prize drawing for a new Apple Mini iPad.

The public is invited to visit the branch, enjoy refreshments and enter to win the drawings, not only on May 10, but also during business hours through May 24.

On May 10, 17 and 24, local non-profits will host informational tables at the branch, to bring awareness to their work. The Arlington Senior Center will be at the branch on May 10, followed by the Arlington Community Food Bank on May 17. Both will be accepting donations to support their organizations.

During the week of May 20-24, small business experts will be on site to talk about a number of services, including SBA loans, merchant services, small business retirement plans and more. Business owners are invited to stop by for more information, account reviews and coupons.

“Our newest location in Smokey Point will allow us to better serve our customers in north Snohomish County, and to provide local community banking choices in the area,” Sprink said. “We’ve experienced a demand for loans and community banking in the Arlington and Marysville areas, and had already added two experienced Commercial Loan Relationship Managers in the market. The opening of the branch will enhance our ability to support the clients of Chris Schmidt and Isaac Maldonado.”

The bank opened its ninth branch earlier this year in Snohomish.

 

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