First Exchange Bank announced its newly renovated office at 3051 University Ave. in the Suncrest area of Morgantown is now open. This office replaced the pervious location at 3081 University Ave.
“We are thrilled to serve our customers from this state-of-art banking facility” C. Brent Skidmore, senior vice president/chief lending officer of First Exchange Bank, said. “Our new office offers enhanced services and features that will allow our staff to better serve our customers and showcase what sets First Exchange Bank apart from our competition in the Morgantown market, a customer-focused financial institution and premier community bank.”
This newly renovated location features an open teller pod concept. Teller pods allow for more interactions between customers and staff, creating a more efficient and personal banking experience.
First Exchange Bank will hold a grand-opening/ 90th anniversary celebration June 10. There will be giveaways, Wright Dawgs serving food for purchase, tasty treats and more.
Since 2002, First Exchange Bank has provided the Morgantown area with customer service and a banking experience for both consumers and businesses. The Morgantown office supports local causes, such as Rotary clubs, Special Olympics and Bonnie’s Bus, a mobile breast cancer screening facility used throughout West Virginia. It is also affiliated with the North Central West Virginia Home Builders and the Morgantown Area Partnership, as well as being involved with the United Way, local schools and fire departments and the Valley District Food Pantry.
First Exchange Bank is an independent, locally owned, and operated bank that has served Marion, Monongalia and Wetzel counties since 1932.