WILMINGTON, Del., Feb. 15, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WSFS Financial Corporation (Nasdaq:WSFS), the parent company of WSFS Bank, today announced that it entered into ATM partnerships with the local Buffalo Wild Wings franchise, High 5 LLC, and Heritage's Dairy Stores, a New Jersey based convenience store chain, to provide ATM services in all their locations.
Cash Connect and Buffalo Wild Wings
WSFS Executive Vice President Tom Stevenson (right), with local Buffalo Wild Wings franchise owners Steve Wheat (left) and Bobby Pancake (center) standing with a newly installed WSFS ATM at the Buffalo Wild Wings on Limestone Road in Wilmington.

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The ATMs, which will be surcharge-free to WSFS cardholders, will expand WSFS's local ATM network to over 375 ATMs.  For years, WSFS has had the largest bank-branded ATM network in Delaware. The ATMs are being installed throughout the month of February in five Delaware Buffalo Wild Wings locations as well as one in Bel Air, MD and in 32 Heritage's Dairy Stores in southeast New Jersey.

"We're excited to establish an ATM partnership with these successful and respected local businesses, and look forward to providing a high-quality experience to the customers who visit their locations," said Thomas E. Stevenson, President of Cash Connect, WSFS Bank's ATM division.

Bobby Pancake, co-owner of High 5 LLC, noted the benefits of local businesses working together. "Businesses that are locally managed tend to be closer to their customers and faster to respond to their needs. The local management and high customer service standards of WSFS are a perfect fit for our local franchise where we pride ourselves on exceptional service," said Pancake who, along with partner Steve Wheat, was recently honored with the Small Business Administration's National Entrepreneurial Success Award.

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