The Manchester Chamber Ambassadors have been able to resume their monthly visits after a year of COVID.
And they’ve got a little catching up to do. One of their first stops is the new Community Savings Bank building, which opened just a few weeks before the pandemic hit. Regional Vice President Luke Brady:
The bank didn’t have far to move – just across the parking lot, with the building sitting on the same block. But Brady says the new building has much more space.
CSB added a new machine at their drive-up last year called the Live Express Teller – and there’s other new technology at the building too.
And as Brady mentioned, local engineering firm Fehr Graham is now located on the third floor of the building.
The company used to be located on the east outskirts of town along Old 20, but Branch Manager Ryan Wicks says their new location in the heart of Manchester allows them to build more relationships within the community.
photos courtesy of Janelle Tucker/KMCH