Chase Bank Celebrates First Bank Ribbon Cutting in Sussex County, Rehoboth

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In late January, Chase proudly celebrated the grand opening of its full-service bank branch in the beach community of Rehoboth, marking 11 total bank branches in the state of Delaware. Chase now has a footprint in all three counties in the First State. Delaware Market Leader and Head of Consumer Branch Banking for Chase Tom Horne, was joined by fellow company executives, including CEO of Chase Consumer Banking Jennifer Roberts, Consumer Banking Divisional Director Krista Dudek, Chase Banking Regional Director Tina Vega, and Chase Banking Delaware Market Director Bryan McCullough. Community partners included, President of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce Michael Quaranta, and leaders of the Rehoboth-Dewy Beach Chamber of Commerce. Delaware State Senator Russ Huxtable, Sussex County District 3 Councilman Mark Schaeffer, Sussex County Administrator Todd Lawson and Sussex County Economic Development Director William Pfaff were also in attendance.

“We are thrilled to have our Rehoboth branch open. Our team looks forward to serving our customers here in the beach communities of Sussex County”, said Felipe ‘Phil’ Gutierrez, Rehoboth Branch Manager.
Customers will discover that the Rehoboth branch looks and feels different from a “typical” bank, combining a modern design, layout and state-of-the-art banking technology, reflecting how customers engage with Chase today. The location also features casual meeting spaces, emphasizing a more consultative approach, with personal banking, credit cards, mortgages, auto financing, investment advice, small business loans and payment processing. Self-service transaction areas are also available, including a digital access bar, indoor ATM, outdoor 24-hour ATM and night depository. The branch also features Chase Private Bank, Chase for Business, Chase teller services and free Wi-Fi. 

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