The Institution for Savings opened its new full-service office at 150 Main Street in Amesbury today. Bank Trustees, officers and employees joined President Michael J. Jones, Amesbury Mayor Ken Gray, State Representative James Kelcourse, and local business leaders to officially cut the ribbon.
The new two-story office features hardwood flooring, a fieldstone fireplace, a complimentary coffee station, drive-thru lane and 24-hour drive-thru ATM. Office walls are also adorned with framed historic prints of Amesbury, provided with the assistance of the Bartlett Museum. The office is staffed by Manager Megan Gaiero, Assistant Manager Adam Young and five full-time tellers, along with Senior Vice President and Commercial Lender Nina Cutts and Mortgage Officer Jeffrey Salerno.
“We are thrilled to open this spectacular office in the heart of Amesbury,” said Mr. Jones. “We already have a significant number of customers here and having a physical location will allow us to better serve our many personal and commercial customers. Our number one priority always is to provide the very best products and customer service in our market. We are excited to strengthen this pledge in Amesbury, not just by continuing to offer competitive rates and the lowest fees but also by being an integral part of the community through our charitable giving, community support and financial literacy initiatives.”