Denmark State Bank Breaks Ground on New Location

Published Thursday, October 27, 2016

Denmark State Bank broke ground on a new branch location on the corner of Mid Valley and Scheuring Roads.

 

To further enhance their growth in the greater Green Bay market, Scot Thompson, CEO of Denmark State Bank, is proud to be expanding with new Denmark State Bank branch locations in the Town of Lawrence and Howard. The new locations will open in early 2017. In addition to their existing branch locations in Denmark, Bellevue, Reedsville and Whitelaw, their new locations will better serve their customers throughout Northeast Wisconsin by offering improved customer access to their products and services.

 

Thompson further expressed his enthusiasm about the new locations stating, “We’re proud of our history and commitment to serving local communities since 1909. Over the years, our customer base has expanded as individuals sought opportunities to work, open businesses and raise their families throughout the area. Our new locations will allow us to serve the greater Green Bay area by placing a branch within 10 minutes of nearly every household and most will be much closer.”

 

For more information, visit denmarkstate.com.

 

{From left to right: Steve Arps, Denmark State Bank; Bill Noel, Denmark State B.O.D.; Mike Walsh, City of DePere Mayor; Diane Roundy, Denmark State Bank B.O.D.; Scot Thompson, Denmark State Bank; Lanny Tibaldo, Town of Lawrence; Red Lewis, R. Lewis Technologies; Mark Nysted, Keller-Planners, Architects, Builders; John Rehn, Denmark State Bank; Becky Lewis, R. Lewis Technologies}

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