Aug. 02--The Moscow Chamber of Commerce will feature Zions Bank5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday during a Business After Hours to unveil extensive renovations to the bank's financial center and adjacent business banking center at its 105 S. Main St. location in Moscow. A ribbon cutting will take place at 6 p.m., and the event will also introduce Zion Bank's new financial center manager, Alex Navarro.
Refreshments will be available and the event is open to the public, who can tour the renovated spaces.
Zions Banks President and CEO Scott Anderson is scheduled to attend the event.
During the ribbon cutting, Zions Bank will donate $300 to Family Promise of the Palouse, a nonprofit, interfaith organization that provides shelter to homeless families while helping them achieve independence.
According to a press release, renovations to the financial center as well as the adjacent business banking center were under the direction of general contractor Layton Anderson of Stag Construction with support from project superintendent Will Glascock. The financial center received new lighting, carpet, trim and paint, as well as a redesigned conference room and teller line, including a window with improved ADA access and new offices for enhanced customer privacy and an expanding staff. The business banking center received a fresh coat of interior paint and square footage increased to add storage and an office.
Additional information is available at www.zionsbank.com.
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