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A big Standing O ‘Hello’ to TD Bank on Kings Highway!

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GRAVESEND

Yippee, a new TD Bank has opened, the 100th no less, and guess who was on hand to celebrate? Standing O and Borough President Markowitz.

That’s right — Brooklyn’s two biggest boosters were there (well, Standing O sent a photog) to welcome the city’s “most convenient bank” to the shores of Kings Highway and McDonald Avenue, where the brand-new building has turned blight to bright.

And it’s energy efficient, too! The bank targets Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, which is an internationally recognized mark of excellence by the United States Green Building Council, which incorporates principals of sustainable site selection, low water usage, energy efficiency, use of recycled materials, and other “green” categories.

Can you believe it? Great service, nice building, and saves energy, too. Now all it has to do is wash the dishes and Standing O is sold.

Festivities included visits from SpongeBob Squarepants, the TD mascot, hizzoner, and neighborhood families, who came, who saw, and who had a great time.

TD Bank offers lots of convenience for its customers, longer drive-thru hours, the longest banking hours in the city, and super service.

Standing O says, “Welcome to the neighborho­od.”

TD Bank [465 Kings Highway, at McDonald Avenue in Gravesend, (888) 751–9000].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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