Bank of America opens new center with a big gift

(Courtesy of Rebecca Devine/Bank of America)

(Courtesy of Rebecca Devine/Bank of America)

Bank of America continues to expand in Delaware as well as support the community.

On Thursday, Bank of America opened a new financial center in Wilmington on Limestone Rd. It was there, where officials handed over a $75,000 donation to the Food Bank of Delaware. The donation comes right on time as the holiday season draws near.

The new branch is expected to be more than just a banking facility, customers will be able to access a number of financial services from home loans to investment services including college planning.

“The new layout creates a fluid environment where employees work together as one team to bring together the full suite of Bank of America’s capabilities and expertise for a more integrated and personalized experience,” said Chip Rossi, Delaware Market President for Bank of America. “These collaborations enable us to better connect clients to the solutions they need to pursue their financial goals.”

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The Limestone Road location is the fifth Bank of America financial center in Delaware.

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