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John Marshall Bank has Grand Opening in Reston
Bank’s Relocation of Corporate Offices and New Reston Branch Highlights Rapid Growth of John Marshall Bank
Fairfax County Board of Supervisor Chairman Sharon Bulova was on hand to help celebrate Virginia’s fastest-growing bank, and second fastest-growing bank in the United States. “I think having a strong business like John Marshall Bank headquartered in Reston is a testament to our county’s friendly business climate,” Bulova said. “We are proud to have the #1 bank east of the Mississippi here in Fairfax County.”
Presidents from five chambers of commerce – Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Reston - were also in attendance to show support for the bank. “I think I can speak on behalf of my chamber colleagues that we appreciate all John Marshall Bank does in the communities we represent and where they have branches,” stated Greater Reston Chamber President Mike Ingrao.
John Marshall Bank first opened to the public under that name in Falls Church, Virginia in May 2008. Since that time, customer service, satisfaction, and success have inspired the bank’s leaders who have helped it to grow into one of the areas most respected and well capitalized banks.
“John Marshall Bank’s business model is based largely on people,” explained Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Maxwell. “This has allowed us to grow nearly 1500% in three years, becoming the fastest-growing bank on the East Coast, the second-fastest growing bank in the United States and #1 in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.”
Helping the celebratory mood was the Linton Hall School Fife and Drum Corp, playing patriotic tunes such as Yankee Doodle Dandy and It’s a Grand Old Flag, to the cheering delight of the over 200 guests in attendance.
For more information or to schedule an interview with a John Marshall Bank spokesperson please contact Bruce Gemmill, 703-584-0840 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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John Marshall Bank first opened to the public under this name in Falls Church, Virginia in 2008. Branches in Leesburg, Fairfax, Rockville, Arlington, Reston and Falls Church, and loan production offices in Washington, DC and Alexandria