Green banking facility now open

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From left, Chamber President Mo Merhoff; Kevin O’Connell, Financial Center manager; Nancy Huber, president and CEO of Central Indiana at Fifth Third Bank; Steve Alonso, head of Consumer Bank; Councilor Luci Snyder; Clerk Treasurer Diana Cordray; Mayor Jim Brainard; Shawn Niehaus, retail executive; Councilor Eric Seidensticker; Councilor Ron Carter.

From left, Chamber President Mo Merhoff; Kevin O’Connell, Financial Center manager; Nancy Huber, president and CEO of Central Indiana at Fifth Third Bank; Steve Alonso, head of Consumer Bank; Councilor Luci Snyder; Clerk Treasurer Diana Cordray; Mayor Jim Brainard; Shawn Niehaus, retail executive; Councilor Eric Seidensticker; Councilor Ron Carter.

Fifth Third Bank, 205 E. Carmel Dr., held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at its new LEED-Certified Carmel facility last week. In addition to the ribbon cutting, Fifth Third Bank presented a $500 donation to the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation. A number of city officials attended the event, including Mayor Jim Brainard, Councilor Luci Snyder, Councilor Ron Carter, Councilor Eric Seidensticker, Clerk Treasurer Diana Cordray and Police Chief Tim Green. Mayor Brainard and Clerk Treasurer Cordray spoke before the ribbon cutting along with several key members of the Fifth Third Bank team. The new location replaced an existing location at 99 E. Carmel Dr.

Financial Center Manager Kevin O’Connell presented a $500 donation to Wendy Phillips, Carmel Clay Public Library director and Ruth Nisenshal, director of the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation

Financial Center Manager Kevin O’Connell presented a $500 donation to Wendy Phillips, Carmel Clay Public Library director and Ruth Nisenshal, director of the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation



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