Carnival-themed event to include fun for the entire family.
ISELIN, NEW JERSEY (September 7, 2022) Provident Bank, a leading New Jersey-based financial institution, announced today plans to celebrate the grand opening of its newest branch located at 1045 Northern Boulevard in Roslyn, New York. The festivities will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2022 from 9:00 am to Noon.
“The entire community is invited to come out and join us, there will be fun for the entire family,” said Cyd Cervantes, Banking Center Manager. “We will have food and refreshments, family entertainment, carnival games, and raffle drawings for a chance to win prizes from local businesses,” added Cervantes.
“We’re thrilled to extend our reach and commitment to businesses and consumers of the Long Island market,” said Vito Giannola, EVP, Chief Retail Banking Officer. “We’ve been serving communities of the New York metropolitan area for more than 180 years and look forward to meeting our new neighbors on September 17th.
For more information on Provident’s Roslyn branch grand opening celebration visit https://go.provident.bank/Roslyn.
About Provident Bank
Provident Bank, a community-oriented financial institution offering “Commitment you can count on” since 1839, is the wholly owned subsidiary of Provident Financial Services, Inc. (NYSE:PFS), which reported assets of $13.72 billion as of June 30, 2022. With $10.87 billion in deposits, Provident Bank provides a comprehensive suite of financial products and services through its network of branches throughout northern and central New Jersey, as well as Bucks, Lehigh and Northampton counties in Pennsylvania, and Nassau and Queens counties in New York. The Bank also provides fiduciary and wealth management services through its wholly owned subsidiary, Beacon Trust Company and insurance services through its wholly owned subsidiary, SB One Insurance Agency, Inc. For more information about Provident Bank, visit www.provident.bank or join the conversations on Facebook (ProvidentBank) and Twitter (@ProvidentBank).