Centennial Bank completes transition for branches
Ryan Summerlin December 5, 2012
WINTER PARK – Centennial Bank announces that permanent signage for the Winter Park/Fraser branch has been installed, signaling the completed post-merger transition with Millennium Bank. The combined operation has been doing business as Centennial Bank since the merger was completed in August.
“It’s been a very smooth transition in the Winter Park/Fraser market and we are thrilled to be providing the same level of service with the same team of professionals in place,” said Mark Sheeley, president of the Winter Park/Fraser market for Centennial Bank. “We are hopeful and optimistic that economic activity in the Winter Park/Fraser market is on the rebound and look forward to serving the residents located in the area for years to come.”
Centennial Bank operates a total of nine branches in Colorado, including the mountain communities of Breckenridge, Edwards, Steamboat Springs, Vail and Winter Park/Fraser, as well as downtown Denver, Boulder Centennial and Englewood. Colorado-based CIC Bancshares, Inc. is the parent holding company of Centennial Bank.
About Centennial Bank
Centennial Bank is a full-service community bank focused on providing banking solutions to businesses, professionals and consumers in Colorado. Established in 1986 and acquired by CIC Bancshares, Inc. in 2010, Centennial Bank provides personalized service to customers for their business and personal banking needs with nine locations and approximately $400M in assets. For more information, please visit www.CentennialBanking.com.