Jefferson Security Bank to Host Customer Appreciation Day, Community Shred June 29
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. (June 18, 2018) – Jefferson Security Bank (JSB) will host a customer appreciation day and community shred event on June 29.
The public is invited to stop by their local JSB office and enjoy refreshments and fun on Friday, June 29. In addition, the public may bring items to shred (no more than five boxes per person, please) to three office locations at designated times.
Martinsburg (1861 Edwin Miller Blvd) – 9-11 a.m.
Charles Town (873 East Washington Street, Suite 100) – 9-11 a.m.
Shepherdstown – Barron Office (7994 Martinsburg Pike) – 12-2 p.m.
Jefferson Security Bank Director of Marketing and Community Relations Sara Wasson said, “This will be a fun day! It is a great opportunity to reduce clutter by bringing in your unwanted documents to shred, while enjoying free food with our JSB team. We are very grateful for our wonderful customers, and look forward to celebrating them on June 29.”
Established in 1869, Jefferson Security Bank provides general banking services within its primary market area of Jefferson and Berkeley counties in West Virginia and Washington County, Maryland, and in its secondary market of Frederick County, Virginia.
Jefferson Security Bank is an independent community bank evolving with the needs of the customers and the communities it serves. Serving individuals, businesses and community organizations, Jefferson Security Bank strives to support entrepreneurial efforts within its target markets. Delivering long-term value to its shareholders is at the core of the organization’s culture. JSB is a West Virginia state-chartered bank that was formed and opened for business on May 19, 1869, making it the oldest bank in Jefferson County, West Virginia. Originally chartered as Jefferson Savings Bank, it changed its name to Jefferson Security Bank in 1909. Visit www.JSB.bank for more information.