TD Bank comes to Flatbush Ave

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Wowee kazowee! TD Bank opened up to gala fanfare on July 13 at its newest branch on Flatbush Avenue at E. 32nd Street — complete with hot dogs, ice cream, and giveaways, plus a chance to win — get this — an $1,800 Jetson Bike, (no Elroy, just the bike) or a $1,000 shopping spree.

Balloon creations floated in the air as the ribbon was snipped signaling a new order in banking. TD might as well stand for “Touchdown,” because these financial institutions are touted as “America’s Most Convenient Bank” and this one is energy efficient, too. Wow! That’s really interest-ing.

Anyway, stop in and visit with manager Debra Hillaire. She’s always there to lend a hand, answer a question, and set you up with different ways to make your money grow.

TD Bank [1623 Flatbush Ave. at E. 32nd Street in Flatbush, (718) 252–0050].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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