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Chase Bank to open new Snoqualmie Ridge branch May 7

Chase Bank will open a new branch in Snoqualmie, Tuesday, May 7.

Chase's newest Washington branch, number 211, is located at 35019 S.E. Center St. in Snoqualmie.

The new branch is approximately 3500 square feet and will employ 10 people. The opening will be marked by a celebration and ribbon cutting with the Chamber of Commerce on May 9.

“The opening of our new Snoqualmie Ridge  branch represents Chase’s long-term commitment to serving the community,” said Chase branch manager, Daniel Voyteshonock. “Chase has vast experience in helping consumers and businesses with their financial needs and our branch is proud to be the newest addition to the community of Snoqualmie.”

Since acquiring WaMu in 2008, Chase has opened more than 20 branches in the past four years. The company now employs nearly 3,000 Washington residents and has extended more than 310,000  new loans and lines of credit to help consumers and small businesses across the state.

The Snoqualmie Ridge branch will feature four of Chase’s next generation ATMs, which dispense bills ranging from $1 to $10, have the capability of dispensing coins, a service that will be piloted soon and eventually rolled out nationwide, and offers customers the service of paying credit card bills and loading Chase prepaid cards with cash.

The new Snoqualmie Ridge branch is open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.  It provides a full range of services, including checking and savings accounts, business banking, mortgages and other loans, and investment products and services.

 

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