By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Investment Weekly News -- Sun National Bank will now provide its customers with surcharge-free automated teller machine (ATM) access at more than 800 Rite Aid pharmacies in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. More than 100 of the ATMs at select Rite Aid locations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania will display the Sun National Bank brand logo.
Sun National Bank's customer base is primarily in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Providing a surcharge-free ATM network of 800-plus machines in the three states is the latest step in Sun's ongoing efforts to add delivery channels and increase accessibility for customers. The Rite Aid pharmacies that are hosting Sun National Bank's branded and surcharge-free machines were carefully selected for both convenience and visibility.
"We're thrilled to be able to expand Sun's ability to provide desirable banking services to our customers conveniently and efficiently through an additional 800 service locations in the tri-state area," said Mike Dinneen, Vice President of Marketing, Sun National Bank. "We are committed to developing innovative solutions to optimize our service delivery, leverage technology and deliver our services to our customers, who deserve choice and accessibility when doing their banking."
Welch ATM is providing new, fully compliant ATM machines and complete program management for Rite Aid. "We are very excited to work with an innovative bank partner like Sun National Bank and to help them seize an opportunity with a major retailer like Rite Aid to enhance customer service and increase brand awareness," said Adrienne Brown, FI sales manager and coordinator for Welch ATM.
To locate a Rite Aid location that hosts a surcharge-free ATM for Sun National Bank customers, visit www.sunnationalbank.com.
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