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Crowning Moment: Regal Bank Opens in Summit, Hosts Grand Opening Event Apr. 9

The Regal Bank branch location is located at 360 Springfield Avenue in Summit. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
SUMMIT, NJ - Regal Bank, a full-service community bank, has opened a Summit branch office at 360 Springfield Avenue, making the Hilltop City the Livingston-based financial institution's seventh Northern New Jersey branch office. To commemorate and celebrate their arrival in Summit, Regal Bank will host a public Grand Opening April 9, from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., featuring food, refreshments, and entertainment.
Among the festivities, the Grand Opening will include The Lizard Guys, a juggler, a photo booth and giveaways of cash-filled Regal Bank piggy banks and NJ Lottery tickets.
“By opening a new branch office in downtown Summit, we will enhance our ability to serve this vibrant market with a full range of banking solutions for local businesses and families,” said Thomas Lupo, Regal Bank’s president and chief executive officer. “We focus on building trust and personal relationships with our customers so they can feel confident in choosing Regal for all their banking needs.”
Regal Bank's mission is to "offering a wide range of products and services designed to help customers meet their personal financial goals. These products and services are delivered in an efficient, friendly manner, making the experience at Regal Bank an enjoyable one." In addition to Summit, Regal Bank operates branch offices in Livingston, Roseland, Florham Park, Millburn, and West Orange.
The new Summit location offers an ATM and a wide range of customizable banking solutions including passbook savings, personal savings, business and personal checking, consumer and business loans, online banking, online bill pay and remote deposit.
“We’re excited to support and enhance the Summit community with our ongoing commitment to provide the very best in service and convenience. This is an ideal location for our customers and the grand opening is sure to be a great event. We’re looking forward to meeting our new neighbors and serving their financial needs,” said William Johnson, assistant vice president and manager of the new branch.
For additional information regarding Regal Bank, visit, e-mail, or call 973-716-0600.

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