Metro Bank Opens New Main Branch

Metro Bank recently relocated their main branch and corporate office to 9340 The Landing Drive in Douglasville.

By Sara Ray,

President and CEO, Ken Barber, and his staff celebrated the recent opening of their new main branch and corporate office on Friday with a grand opening celebration, complete with a Douglas County Chamber ribbon cutting. Metro Bank recently relocated their main branch and corporate office to 9340 The Landing Drive in Douglasville.

Metro Bank is a locally owned community bank chartered to serve the needs of individuals and businesses in the west metro area of Atlanta. Their team of experienced bankers is providing the latest in technology offerings to business owners and local depositors. It is Metro Bank’s mission to increase shareholder value by being the most business friendly community bank in the markets they serve. Barber and his staff pledge to deliver relevant solutions to their customers while providing a world-class customer experience.

The all day festivities included a cookout in the bank parking lot, live music, tours of the new building and giveaways. and were present to celebrate the day as well as City Councilman Carl Pope. The message from both the Mayor and the Commissioner was a message of appreciation and support for Metro Bank. “While some community banks are suffering, it is great to see yours thriving and the City is proud to have Metro Bank in the community as an example for other businesses,” commented Persons.

Commission Chairman Worthan stated, “Metro Bank sets the bar for service in our community not only as a business leader but as a true community bank. Their involvement with Douglasville and Douglas County is outstanding and we appreciate your support on every level.”

Stop by Metro Bank today for more information on the services offered, contact them at 770-489-4443, or visit www.metrobankga.com.

John Darling June 30, 2012 at 09:09 PM
While the Kennesaw branch is run from a trailer and has a racist as a manager. LOL! What a scam! Can't wait till y'all are sent where you belong: jail...which, in the grand scheme of things will be better than those unmarked trailers y'all operate from.


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