Cardinal Bank (NASDAQ: CFNL) marked the opening of its newest banking office in Fairfax, Virginia with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. Local business leaders, elected officials, and community representatives joined Cardinal Bank executives and employees on October 1, 2015 for the ribbon cutting festivities officially opening the University Mall Banking Office. Realistically they could have just looked for offices for rent and they might have found a space for cheaper, but the new location will suffice considering that it’s in an easy to find area. Finding commercial property for sale can be a challenge since you want somewhere that can aid your employees’ creativity and keep them motivated. It is therefore lucky they found this location. Additionally, the banking facility is also equipped with the latest office technology including a revolutionary photocopy machine, and various other scanners and printers.
“We are thrilled to expand into this new banking office that will provide added convenience for our customers” Tweet this Cardinal built the new office in the same shopping center as the previous location on Braddock Road, across from George Mason University. By adding more square footage, an open floor plan and an on-site demonstration area for online and mobile services, universal bankers can more easily engage in conversations with clients about their banking needs. The new office is open 7 days a week.
Tex Hunt will continue to lead the new office and its business development efforts as branch manager and his current staff is prepared to meet the full range of financial needs of the clientele. Staff will demonstrate online and mobile services using interactive tools and mobile devices for a realistic experience.
“We are thrilled to expand into this new banking office that will provide added convenience for our customers, ” said Alice Frazier, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “Under Tex’s leadership, this new location will continue to thrive and focus on the financial needs of those in the community, while offering a new way of banking at Cardinal.”
Read more here.