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FARMINGTON BANK BURLINGTON
253 Spielman Highway
Burlington, CT 06013
On October 16, 1993, Farmington Savings Bank opened its doors to the community of Burlington not only to set forth a commitment to its customers financially, but to meet the needs of the community by making vital donations in support of local organizations. Now simply called Farmington Bank, they have grown to a major financial institution with locations throughout central Connecticut and more than $1.5 billion in assets. Their mission to be the high-performing, well-capitalized and customer-service-oriented "Bank of Choice" for consumers and businesses, with an ongoing commitment to contribute to the betterment of the communities in their region has never been truer. While they are all that they promise to be and more as a financial institution, their community contributions to Burlington remain strong and include the Summer Reading Program with the Burlington Public Library, the Annual Scholar Breakfast at LSM High School, Burlington Tavern Day (major sponsor since 1999), Burlington Fire Department (to purchase defibrillators), LSM Crew Program, Burlington Little League and much, much more. Farmington Bank's commitment to reinvesting in the community is a source of strength for both the bank and its surroundings. FB has a long and valued tradition of benevolent giving, and to reinforce its dedication to the community, the bank's employees volunteer thousands of hours to participate in community organizations and fundraising events such as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, March of Dimes, American Cancer Society and Special Olympics. Farmington Bank customers look to the bank's employees not only as banking staff, but as neighbors, who join them side by side as caring members of the community. Their dedication both during and after business hours makes Farmington Bank an active and vital member of the community while serving the growing and dynamic financial needs of their customers.
So, whether you're looking to open a new savings or checking account, finance or refinance your home or utilize any of the other dozens of services offered, give our new branch manager Richard Browning a call at 860-284-6381 or visit the bank at www.farmingtonbankct.com. You'll be glad you did!