Revere Bank Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Supports Interfaith Works

L-R: Andrea Jolly, Rockville Chamber of Commerce; Becky Wagner, Interfaith Works; Andrew Flott, Revere Bank; Chris Hayes, Revere Bank; Steve Silverman, Montgomery County Department of Economic Development; Jeff Miller, Rockville Chamber of Commerce; Ann Humphrey, Office of Congressman Chris Van Hollen.

Rockville, MD—Revere Bank held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, September 15 to celebrate the opening of its new Rockville office.  Bank directors, investors and staff welcomed more than 100 guests to the early evening reception held at the Bank’s Rockville office at 414 Hungerford Drive in the City of Rockville.

A number of appointed officials and business leaders were in attendance. Steve Silverman, Director, Montgomery County Department of Economic Development provided opening remarks. Ann Humphrey, a representative from the office of Congressman Chris van Hollen presented the bank with a Congressional Citation plaque. Andrea Jolly, Executive Director, Rockville Chamber of Commerce was present to represent the business community in Rockville.

Becky Wagner, Executive Director, Interfaith Works (, was presented with a ribbon decorated with $50 bills. All money was donated by Revere Bank to Interfaith Works, a non-sectarian interfaith coalition working to meet the needs of the poor in Montgomery County, Maryland. “We are pleased to support an organization whose mission is to identify and meet the needs of individuals and families who are struggling economically in Montgomery County,” said Andrew Flott, President and CEO, Revere Bank.

Revere Bank ( opened its doors for business in Laurel, MD in November of 2007, and serves small businesses and individuals in the counties of Montgomery, Howard, Prince George’s and Anne Arundel.