/PRNewswire/ -- Republic First Bank (Nasdaq: FRBK) today announced it is now doing business as Republic Bank.
Republic Bank now offers unlimited convenience with extended banking hours, 7 day branch banking and is open 361 days a year. Other convenient services include the Magic Money Machine which counts coins for free for Customers and non-Customers alike. Republic Bank offers Absolutely Free Checking with no minimum balance requirement and Customers' ATM and debit cards are issued instantly "on the spot."
Locally owned and operated in
, Republic Bank is proud to provide outstanding Customer service and the longest lobby hours of any other bank in the region. Republic Bank is committed to, Amazing and Delighting each Customer, Providing Ultimate Convenience and Exceeding Customers' Expectations.
Within the next year Republic Bank has plans to expand its foot print in South Jersey with new stores in
. In addition, there are plans to relocate existing stores in
Harry D. Madonna
, Chairman and CEO of Republic Bank commented, "With our rebranding as Republic Bank we are turning Customers into Fans each day and bringing the Power of
About Republic Bank
Republic Bank is the new operating name for Republic First Bank. Republic Bank is a full-service, state-chartered commercial bank, whose deposits are insured up to the applicable limits by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The Bank provides diversified financial products through its thirteen offices located in
Voorhees, New Jersey
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SOURCE Republic Bank