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Heritage Bank opens seventh new branch

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Rick Abend, Heritage Bank branch manager, left, Stan Wilmoth, bank president, and Len Stevens, CEO of The Chamber, get help cutting the ribbon for the opening of the bank's newest branch in east Reno.
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Heritage Bank of Nevada recently opened its seventh full-service banking branch last month in Reno. Located at 1101 Corporate Blvd. at the corner of Mill Street and Corporate Blvd in East Reno, the building was previously occupied by Sun West Bank. Heritage has completely renovated the building and is offering full-service banking with a drive-up lane.

Members of The Chamber, along with customers and friends, turned out to celebrate the official opening of the branch on Cinco DeMayo with Mexican cuisine catered by MiCasa Too.

“We are very pleased to be opening our seventh branch,” Stan Wilmoth, president and CEO of Heritage Bank, said in a press release. “This newest location in Reno will provide an additional convenient banking location for our customers in the east Reno and Sparks areas.

“In addition, we are pleased to have Rick Abend, a long time experienced banker from our area, managing this newest bank branch location. Rick brings the kind of banking experience our customers want and need, as well as the community support that sets us apart.”

Heritage Bank is celebrating its 20-year anniversary in northern Nevada this year.

“We have experienced 20 years of continued growth and success in this market,” Wilmoth said. “Heritage Bank and the community have been a great match, and we plan to remain in northern Nevada for the long term.”

Currently at $621 million in assets, Heritage Bank of Nevada continues to grow while maintaining a high level of strength and stability. As always, Heritage remains focused on providing an outstanding banking experience for its customers.

Heritage Bank is a community bank with local ownership and local decision-making.


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