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First Heritage holds customer appreciation barbecues in Marysville and Arlington

First Heritage Bank will honor its customers and shareholders with two appreciation barbecues, the first on Aug. 18 at its Marysville branch, located at 9417 State Ave., and the second on Aug. 20 at its Arlington branch, located at 404 N West Ave., from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on both days.

The two events are open to everyone, so that they can meet the staff of First Heritage's Marysville and Arlington branches, and learn more about what the banks offer. Both existing and potential customers are encouraged to stop by during their lunch hours, and let the staff members grill them a hotdog and answer their questions.

"The customer appreciation barbecues are an informal way to meet the community, especially anyone who is thinking of switching to a bank where they feel welcomed, and where the staff knows their name," said Cathy Reines, president and CEO of First Heritage Bank. "Also, as a community bank, we want our customers to know that we appreciate them."

To show its appreciation further, First Heritage will give $50 to anyone who opens a new account at the banks, as well as $50 to any customer who refers a friend who opens an account.

First Heritage Bank specializes in small business lending, and is an independent, locally-owned community bank with branches in Marysville, Arlington, Everett, Snohomish, Monroe and Woodinville.

For more information, call Reines at 360-568-0536, or visit their Web Site.

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