TD CanadaTrust coming to Main

The first new building going up on Main Street since the infrastructure upgrade is a big vote of confidence in Lake Country.

TD CanadaTrust executive staff members Jane Russell and Dale Safinuk were in town last week to check in on the progress of the bank's new branch currently under construction on Main Street. The branch is expected to open in the spring of next year and it will bring a full line of banking services to the community.

The first new building going up on Main Street since the infrastructure upgrade is a big vote of confidence in Lake Country.  TD CanadaTrust has a new branch being built on Main Street with plans to be open in the spring of 2012.

Dale Safinuk, Regional VP and Jane Russell,  Senior Vice President, Pacific Region were in Lake Country on Friday to take a quick look at progress on the building and talk about why TD CanadaTrust believes Lake Country to be a great place to open one of the five branches TD CanadaTrust is constructing in BC this year.

“We’ve been looking at Lake Country for a long time,” says Safinuk. “This is a great location and the community is growing.”

The branch will be staffed with about 12 people and have full access to commercial lending, small business services and personal financial planning. For people who dislike getting out of their vehicles when they pick up cash the branch will have a drive through teller.

The branch will have plenty of parking. The lot extends from the highway to Main Street.  Customers will enjoy the new open concept branch layout.  When the building is complete expect the familiar TD CanadaTrust colours in a light, open and modern space for doing business.

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