Recent Happenings from February 2016

Branch activities and community events


Your New Howard-Suamico Office Opens 2/29
New Howard-Suamico OfficeOn Monday, February 29 North Shore Bank will open a new, full-service branch in Suamico at 1838 Cardinal Lane. The 1,750-square-foot branch will feature an updated design concept and new technology that will offer customers more convenient banking and extended hours.
The bank’s Howard Piggly Wiggly branch (2465 Lineville Rd.) will close Friday, February 26 at 6 p.m. and the branch staff will transfer to the new location, which is located less than a quarter mile away. While the bank will be closed Saturday, February 27 to make the move, customers are encouraged to bank online or use the drive up at the Green Bay 1620 W. Mason Street branch.
Concierge and Personal Bankers will be on hand to serve customers who prefer face-to-face assistance with their banking transactions, but the new technology and enhanced branch designs will allow customers more flexible options, including extended banking hours.
To celebrate the new branch, the bank will host a grand opening event on Saturday, March 12, with giveaways, account specials, a contest with prizes that include a landscaping makeover, travel voucher, and kids can participate in a sing-a-along and photos with Elsa and Anna.

Green Bay Gamblers & North Shore Bank Raise Over $9,000 for Local Schools

Green Bay Gamblers Dash for CashThis year’s bank sponsored Dash for Cash brought local teachers together to race to collect as many $1 bills as they could from the center of the Green Bay Gamblers Hockey ice rink. Between their efforts and ticket sales, North Shore Bank helped raise $9,197 for Wisconsin schools by sponsoring the Dash for Cash. Here’s a list of participating schools.


A Sock It To ‘Em Fundraiser was Held to Benefit Milwaukee Homeless

North Shore Bank Employee Outreach ProgramNorth Shore Bank’s corporate departments and Brookfield Square office raised nearly $300 and collected warm clothing for Capuchin Community Services to aid the homeless and hungry. Combining fun with goodwill, our Customer Support Center held a crazy sock contest too.

Bank Sponsored Fox Cities Ice Dogs Hockey’s Ladies Night

Fox Cities Ice Dogs Ladies NightOur Northland Appleton employees were on hand for Ladies Night at the Ice Dog game and offered hockey fans a chance to win either a “Ladies Night” gift basket or a “Just for Kids!” gift basket. Plus, the bank’s seagull mascot Seymour Savings helped fans cheer on the team. 

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