First Exchange Bank Announces Relocation of Their Morgantown Office
White Hall, W.V.- First Exchange Bank is excited to announce they will be relocating their Morgantown office from 3081 University Avenue to a new, advanced banking facility just a few doors down at 3051 University Avenue in Morgantown.
“We are excited to add this state-of-the-art establishment to our branch network as we continue to provide excellent customer service and products to the Morgantown area. Our Morgantown staff exemplifies what sets First Exchange Bank apart from our competition in the Morgantown community,” C. Brent Skidmore, Senior Vice President/Chief Lending Officer of First Exchange Bank stated.
This modern banking facility will feature an open teller pod concept. Teller pods allow for more interactions between customers and staff, creating a more efficient and personal banking experience. The new office will be designed to showcase what differentiates First Exchange Bank as a customer focused financial institution and premier community bank.
“The new facility will allow our staff to provide enhanced services that will be second to none in the Morgantown market. We are extremely excited to relocate our office,” declared Lisa Novak, Branch Manager of the Morgantown office.
First Exchange Bank expects to be in their new location in late spring or early summer of 2022, and the relocation will have minimal impact on their customers, operations, and services. All the Morgantown staff will transfer to the new location at 3051 University Avenue, conveniently located two doors away from the current location.
Since 2002, First Exchange Bank has been providing the Morgantown area with excellent customer service and a hassle-free banking experience for both consumers and businesses. The Morgantown office supports local causes, such as the Rotary Club, the Special Olympics, and Bonnie’s Bus, a mobile breast cancer screening facility used throughout West Virginia. They are also affiliated with the North Central West Virginia Home Builders and the Morgantown Area Partnership, as well as 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 been serving the communities of Marion, Monongalia, and Wetzel counties since 1932. For more information on First Exchange Bank and their useful financial products, visit www.FirstExchangeBank.com.