Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce Recognizes Penn Community Bank with Economic Impact Award

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(From left), Patty Samuels, Rick Battaglia, Jennifer Kelly, Jessica Sweeney, Jeane Vidoni Coyle, and Adam Pennicuik, of Penn Community Bank, accept the 2017 Economic Impact Champion of Commerce Award.

“We look forward to many more years of business growth and the collaboration that makes Bucks County a great place to live and work.”

DOYLESTOWN, Pa.

Penn Community Bank is proud to announce that it has been honored with the Economic Impact Champion of Commerce award presented by the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce. The annual award was presented at the Chamber’s 2017 Champions of Commerce event on Nov. 30 at the Pen Ryn Estate on the Delaware in Bensalem.

The Lower Bucks Chamber recognized eight exceptional individuals, businesses and organizations, including Penn Community Bank, in its signature 2017 Champions of Commerce Awards. The Chamber’s selection committee, which included some of the area’s most accomplished business professionals, received numerous nominations of businesses and individuals who are “Making a Difference Where We Work, Live and Learn.”

“It was overwhelming to see the number of impressive nominations received,” said Amy M. B. McKenna, President and CEO of the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce. “The winners truly exemplify the meaning of ‘champion’ in their respective categories, as seen by the impact that their dedication, drive and focus has made on the community.”

Penn Community Bank was honored for the impact its growth and expansion has had on the economy of Bucks County and the surrounding areas. Over the past two years, Penn Community Bank has added nearly 30 new jobs, a growth rate of 10 percent, and has opened new retail locations in Warminster and Abington, bringing to 24 the number of bank branches across Bucks and Montgomery counties.

In addition to significant job creation, Penn Community Bank serves as a resource for businesses of all types across the region, offering commercial loans that help fuel economic growth and financial advice that enables leaders to make smart business decisions.

Those qualities and more helped Penn Community Bank stand out and be recognized by the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce for acting as a catalyst for positive economic growth throughout the region.

“We are proud to be recognized by the Lower Bucks County Chamber with this Economic Impact award, which really is a testament to the dedication of all of the team members at Penn Community Bank who work hard every day to serve our customers and our communities,” said Penn Community Bank President and CEO Jeane Vidoni Coyle. “We look forward to many more years of business growth and the collaboration that makes Bucks County a great place to live and work.”

For more information about the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce, visit http://www.lbccc.org.

About Penn Community: Penn Community Bank holds nearly $2 billion in assets, employs more than 300 people, and offers banking, lending, insurance and investments at 24 bank branches and two administrative centers throughout Bucks and Montgomery Counties, Pennsylvania. As an independent, mutual financial institution, Penn Community Bank is not publicly traded and operates with its long-term mission in mind: to help businesses grow and prosper, to provide financial resources to individuals and families throughout their lifetimes, to strengthen the local economy, and to partner with local organizations to act as a catalyst for positive growth in every market it serves.

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