Bank offering 1.25% 90-day Money Market rate and signed copies of Nelson DeMille’s Bestseller "Gold Coast" with $5,000 deposits
Gold Coast Bank www.goldcoastbankny.com, one of Long Island’s fastest-growing commercial banks, will open its second branch at 315 Main Street Huntington Village on Monday, August 30. To celebrate the new branch opening, the bank is offering a 1.25% 90-day Money Market rate and signed copies of Nelson DeMille’s bestseller, "Gold Coast," to new customers depositing a minimum of $5,000.
"Huntington presents a great opportunity for our brand of banking, which amounts to private-client banking for business owners and senior management, professionals and high-net worth individuals," said Gold Coast Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Joseph G. Perri.
The Huntington branch is more than a place to bank – it offers a unique business and networking center with free amenities, including a full-size conference room, wi-fi and other office technology, for customer use six days a week. Customers are encouraged to conduct their own business at the branch, including meeting with their customers and networking with potential new customers all at a convenient Huntington Village location.
"Our success demonstrates that there is strong demand for our niche as a community commercial bank with exceptional customer service, offering an alternative to the large regional banks and money-centers," said Perri.
For more information, contact Vice President/Huntington Branch Manager Raymond DiPresso at 631-848-1302 or
Gold Coast Bank was founded by a group of local business leaders who understand the challenges faced in starting, running and expanding businesses. The bank offers a range of business products, including lending products such as term loans, lines of credit, real estate loans, and a number of SBA products, as well as traditional consumer products. In addition to the new Huntington location, Gold Coast Bank recently announced that it has received approval from regulators to open a third branch in Setauket, which it also expects to open in 2010. The bank is headquartered in Islandia. www.goldcoastbankny.com