Members of the Simsbury
Chamber of Commerce, guests and
town officials enjoyed the hospitality of Simsbury
Bank as we welcomed Simsbury Bank to their new administrative offices at 86
Tower Business Park.
On a beautiful fall evening, Chamber Ambassador and Vice President Ron Locandro of Mr. Handyman started the festivities with a warm "thank you" and acknowledgement of fellow chamber member Simsbury Bank.
Chairman of the Board
Bob Bogino and Martin Geitz, President of Simsbury Bank, addressed guests
followed by Mark Greenberg building owner
who acknowledged the wonderful partnership in working with Simsbury Bank as new tenants.
Additional remarks were made by State Representative John Hampton and
First Selectman Mary Glassman.
With much fun and fanfare, two ribbon cuttings were staged,
one to include all those who attended who could fit into the photo, and one to
include board members from both Simsbury
Bank and the Simsbury Chamber as
well as town officials. We are happy to
report that both ribbons were cut without a hitch.
As part of the event, food was provided by Kane's Market and beverages from West Street Wines & Spirits. Simsbury Bank staff also provided guided
tours of the new offices located on two floors of 86 Hopmeadow Street.