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Midland States Bank Opens Downtown Joliet Banking Center

EFFINGHAM, ILLINOIS – January 15, 2015 – Midland States Bank officially opened its new full-service banking center in downtown Joliet during a ribbon cutting with bank, city and chamber of commerce officials. The new banking center, located at 100 North Chicago Street, adjacent to the historic Rialto Square Theatre, features a two-story open space design with a natural light-filled interior.  A multi-screen display system features bank promotions and events, while a coffee refreshment center welcomes customers.

Anthony A. Denovellis, Market President, will move to Midland’s new downtown Joliet office from Midland’s office on Route 59 in Joliet.  Also moving to this new location will be commercial relationship managers Daniel Rodriguez and Tom Hearne, as well as mortgage loan originator Larry Barber. Joining the team in mid-January will be Banking Center Manager Anna Rocha-Gray.

“The expansion of our footprint in Joliet is an indication of Midland States Bank’s confidence in the commercial, consumer and real estate potential of the greater Joliet market,” commented Dan Stevenson, Midland’s Regional Market President. “By moving into our new downtown branch, we are better positioned to actively partner with businesses, individuals and housing community to promote continued growth in the region.”

“The renovation of this space, which we turned into our new downtown Joliet office, is just another positive step in the revitalization of the downtown district,” commented Denovellis. “Our corner of the Rialto Square Theatre property, along with the work done to the Rialto, showcases this landmark building and gives us a much greater presence in the Joliet market.” 

The office features comprehensive business banking, consumer, residential mortgage and wealth management services. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and by phone at 815-230-4380.

About Midland States Bank
Midland States Bank is rated “5 Stars” by Bauer Financial, a rating reserved for only the strongest financial institutions in the U.S.  Midland States Bank has assets of approximately $2.7 billion, and its Midland Wealth Management group has assets under administration of more than $1.2 billion. Established in 1881, Midland States Bank remains a locally owned and operated community bank, providing a full range of commercial and consumer banking products and services, merchant credit card services, trust and investment management, insurance and financial planning services. As a community banking institution, Midland States Bank prides itself on establishing and maintaining excellent relationships with its customers and is committed to serving the financial needs of the communities it serves. For additional information, visit http://www.midlandsb.com.

Cindy Hall
Marketing Specialist

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