May 16, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Republic First Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FRBK), the holding company for Republic Bank, today announced it has received all regulatory approvals to continue its South Jersey expansion.
Our third South Jersey location will be a new
store located on Route 70.
In addition, our existing
store will be relocated to a new site at the corner of White Horse Road and Laurel Oak Road in
Both locations will utilize the new Republic Bank prototype building and will open in the Fall of 2013.(Photo:
, Chairman and CEO of Republic Bank commented, "While Republic will be expanding and adding new stores throughout Metro Philadelphia,
Southern New Jersey
will be our primary market for new stores. We look forward to expanding our footprint in the South Jersey and Metro Philadelphia communities by providing premier products, services, and conveniences together with outstanding customer service."
About Republic Bank
Republic Bank is the operating name for Republic First Bank. Republic First 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 twelve offices located in
Haddonfield, New Jersey
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