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LAKEWOOD, Colo., June 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FirstBank, one of the nation’s largest privately held banks with a focus on “banking for good,” is providing free food and drinks to the public at several of its branches throughout Colorado every Saturday in July (starting July 6 through July 27) from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Dubbed “Summer of Savings,” the events are intended to help consumers save without missing out on their favorite warm weather and weekend indulgences.
“We are committed to benefitting our communities, and by picking up the tab for residents, we’re hoping to put money back into thousands of Coloradans’ pockets,” said Emily Robinson, COO of FirstBank. “Our goal is to help people spend less, save more, and support small business at the same time. ‘Banking for good’ is more than a motto to us; it’s how we operate.”
FirstBank, which also provides weekly money saving and financial health tips and tricks, hired over 30 reputable local businesses/business customers across several towns to provide the public free food and drink items – from fresh fruit smoothies to breakfast burritos. Events are first come, first served, while supplies last.
For more information, please visit: https://efirstbankblog.com/summerofsavings. The full schedule of branch locations and local fare is as follows:
Boulder & Louisville
Denver & Aurora
Eagle & Vail
Fort Collins & Loveland
Littleton & Highlands Ranch
Parker & Castle Rock
FirstBank began providing banking services in Colorado in 1963. Today, the bank maintains more than $19 billion in assets and operates more than 115 branch locations across Colorado, Arizona and California. FirstBank offers a variety of checking accounts, savings accounts, home equity loans, mortgages, and a full range of commercial banking services, including financing, treasury management and deposit accounts. Since 2000, FirstBank has been recognized as a leader in corporate philanthropy, contributing more than $65 million and thousands of volunteer hours to charitable organizations. The company is also unique in that a large portion of its stock is owned by management and employees, giving all employees a financial stake in the bank’s success through its Employee Stock Ownership Program. For more information, visit www.efirstbank.com.
Chandra Brin FirstBank 303-235-1402 firstname.lastname@example.org