From a Wells Fargo News Release.
The Mill Creek branch is one of seven new Wells Fargo locations to open within a year.
Construction is close to completion on a new Wells Fargo banking store at: 16330 Bothell Everett Hwy, Suite 101, Mill Creek, Wa. 98012. The banking store is set to open Monday, March 24, 2014.
Store Manager Cindy Curtright will lead about seven Wells Fargo team members who will provide a complete range of financial services, including consumer and business banking, loans and lines of credit, financial investing, mortgages, and insurance services.
Wells Fargo's Mill Creek banking store has five teller windows, an ATM, safe deposit boxes, an historic mural highlighting the neighborhood’s unique history, and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Silver-certified design.
The mural features historical views of the Mill Creek region, including the Cascade mountain range, the timber industry, the Seattle-Everett Interurban Railway, and local residents. The mural also includes several historical Wells Fargo documents. Images for the mural were provided by the Museum of History & Industry, the Washington State Historical Society, and the Wells Fargo Corporate Archives.
The new store will be open 9 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday, and 9 am to 5 pm on Saturdays.
This is one of seven new Wells Fargo Puget Sound locations that have opened, or will open, by first quarter 2014. The new locations are below:
- Tacoma Downtown, 1001 Pacific Ave, to open March 24, 2014
- Kelsey Creek Bellevue, 15015 Main St., opened March 10, 2014
- Issaquah Highlands: 1529 Highlands Dr., opened Oct. 14,2013
- Silver Firs, SE Everett, 5802 134th Place SE, opened Oct. 3, 2013
- South Lake Union, Seattle: 510 Terry Ave. North , opened July 22, 2013
- Capitol Hill, Seattle: 401 Broadway Ave E., opened June 20, 2013
“We are excited to add a new location to the North Puget Sound community,” said Rakhi Samant, Wells Fargo’s North Puget Sound district manager. “We see this as an investment in our customers, team members and the entire Puget Sound community. Great customer service starts with a comfortable banking environment for our customers to do their business.”
A brief history of Wells Fargo
In New York City on March 18, 1852, Henry Wells, William Fargo and others signed articles of association that formed a joint stock company to do banking and express business in faraway California. Wells Fargo & Company’s Express transacted financial services through the fastest means available—overseas by sailing ship or steamer, overland by stagecoach, Pony Express and railroad; and later, electronically by telegraph, radio, telephone and the internet. Wells Fargo has come through for miners, merchants, farmers and ranchers since 1852. Wells, Fargo & Co. has grown with the West, with the nation and has a distinct place in history.