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Snip, snip: Investors Bank opened a new Park Slope branch. From left, Sofia Apostolou, Njina James, Krystal Carlton, Maryna Ostrovaska, Liana Vayntraub, Andrew DeMauro (holding the scissors), Domenick Cama, Margarita Kordon, and Charlotte Cohen were all on hand to cut the ribbon.
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Park Slope

Yippee! Standing O is sending out a warm welcome to Investors Bank on the grand opening of its latest Brooklyn branch.

The bank has cut the ribbon and opened the vault on another branch, this one in Park Slope.

The whole neighborhood got involved, including civic organizations, small businesses, and non-profits, including The Park Slope Civic Council, CHiPS, and Good Neighbors of Park Slope which have partnered with the mega money machine to assist those in the community.

Investors will contribute funds to each organization as part of the grand opening.

Manager Andrew DeMauro held the giant scissors that got the party started — along with chief operating officer Domenick Cama, Sofia Apostolou, personal banker Njina James, customer service supervisor Krystal Carlton, customer service associate Maryna Ostrovska, 18th Avenue branch assistant manager Liana Vayntraub, assistant branch manager Margarita Kordon, and Brooklyn Arts Council executive director Charlotte Cohen.

DeMauro kept his eyes on the prize.

“We are focused on serving the customers and the community,” he said.

The branch is open for business, and the staff has been busy depositing, lending, and advising.

Welcome to the Slope, Investors, glad to have you.

Investors Bank [314 Seventh Ave. at Eighth Street in Park Slope, (347) 889–5151].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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