Central Bank Southwest Florida Exceeds Goal for YMCA Rebuilt It Fundraiser
Mike Durkin, President of Central Bank Southwest Florida is proud to announce that the YMCA Rebuild IT event to raise funds to rebuild the Naples YMCA, which was destroyed by a fire in early September 2013, raised $6,365. Local businesses, community leaders and the public joined the Central Bank staff and executives in this worthwhile fundraising event.
“Our staff and clients view The Naples YMCA as an important location for community fitness and activities, as well as a safe general meeting spot for Naples residents,” shares Ana Maria Senica, Naples Branch Manager. “Central Bank Southwest Florida wanted to do their part to help restore this important community center by raising funds for the rebuilding project.”
“After the tragic fire damaged the Naples YMCA on Labor Day, we saw the need to do something in the community we all love so much”’ adds Joanne Show, Vice President of Central Bank.
All proceeds raised during the event will go to the YMCA Rebuilt fund.
About Central Bank
Central Bank is an FDIC insured community bank based out of the Twin Cities, Minnesota with 20 locations serving the Greater Twin Cities Metropolitan Area of Minnesota, Western Wisconsin and Southwest Florida. The overall strategy for Central Bank has always been to provide a higher level of personalized service than is generally available from larger banks. Central Bank delivers localized personal service combined with widely established technology-based services to provide convenience and easy access for its customers. Central Bank Southwest Florida takes an active role in the community by providing free financial and credit seminars to small business owners, business professionals and students. Florida branch offices are located in Fort Myers at 1520 Royal Palm Square Blvd. #100 and Naples at 4099 Tamiami Trail N, Suite 100. For more information call 239-430-2500 in Naples or 239-274-1900 in Fort Myers, or visit www.centralbnk.com. Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender.