Ellicott City, MD (May 5, 2015) Revere Bank held a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house on May 5, 2015, to commemorate the opening of its fifth office, located at 6031 University Boulevard in the Columbia Corporate 100 Office Park. Bank directors, investors and staff welcomed more than 130 guests to the early evening reception held at the branch office.
A number of elected officials and business leaders were in attendance including: Gail Bates, Senator–District 9, Maryland State Senate; Eric Ebersole, Delegate-District 15, Maryland House of Delegates; Allan Kittleman, Howard County Executive; Jeff Agnor, Chair Elect, Howard County Chamber of Commerce; Larry Twele, CEO, Howard County Economic Development Authority.
Andrew Flott, CEO, Revere Bank and Ken Cook, President and Vice Chairman addressed the crowd. Said Drew Flott, “We are thrilled to be here in Howard County. It’s a great place to do business and a wonderful place to live.” Highlighting Revere Bank’s role in helping small businesses in Howard County, Ken Cook stated, “We understand that small businesses are the growth engines of our national and local economies, and we are proud to be in Howard County lending money to small businesses so they can grow, create jobs and become more profitable.”
Howard County Chamber Chair Elect, Jeff Agnor, welcomed the guests on behalf of the Chamber and introduced the elected officials present at the ceremony.
Revere Bank is a Maryland community bank with more than $646 million in assets. Established in 2007, Revere Bank specializes in serving business clients along the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Led by a team of experienced bankers with extensive local market knowledge, Revere Bank builds strong relationships, provides unparalleled service and partners in customers’ businesses. Headquartered in Laurel, Revere Bank has locations in Rockville, Gaithersburg, Ellicott City, Millersville and Laurel, Maryland. For more information, visit www.reverebank.com.