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Bensonhurst

Welcome to the Valley

Come on down to the newest Valley National Bank in the borough, which opened on Jan. 7.

Valley staffers, including Erika Duchonovic, sales manager; Anna C. Gelardo, service manager; and Vincent DeMeo, district sales manager are ready, willing, and able to assist customers in a variety of services and programs offered at the bank.

“We are excited about expanding our presence in Brooklyn,” said Maureen Zegler, first senior veep and New York division manager. “Our banking professionals will actively solicit new business by offering a wide array of financial solutions with the same hands-on approach Valley customers have come to expect from us.”

The branch is open all week, and boasts really safe safe-deposit boxes, walk-up ATMs, a night depository, and Valley’s VCoinWorks® coin-counting machine. Yippee — now you can get rid of all those Lincolns, Jeffersons, Roosevelts and Washingtons weighing down your change purse.

Standing O sends out a big Standing O welcome to our neighborhood.

Valley National Bank [2054 86th St. at 20th Avenue in Bensonhurst, (718) 975–0890].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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