American Community Bank has been serving the communities of Long Island since 2000. Their commitment to the community is evidenced in their tireless customer service and understanding of the needs of the individuals and businesses they serve. As loyal staff are fond of saying, American Community Bank “has roots where others only have branches.” From a deep commitment to assisting the non-profits in their area, to excellent perks for individual banking customers, it’s clear that this organization really knows the value of nurturing their roots.
Matt Nartowicz, Vice President Regional Branch Manager at American Community Bank, grew up in New Hyde Park, NY and currently lives in East Islip. He’s worked in the banking industry on Long Island since 2003, and has been with American Community Bank for over 8 years.
Nartowicz emphasized the importance of his organization as a truly independent, locally owned and operated, FDIC insured commercial bank: “Being locally owned we understand the needs of Long Islanders and our customers have direct contact to the decision makers of the bank.” Those needs include a broad range of financial services, which this community financial institution offers to individuals, professionals, businesses and non-profit organizations.
A blend of cutting edge technology and an authentic personal touch creates the hallmark of service that makes American Community Bank such a great local CFI. Says Nartowicz, “we believe in exceeding our customer’s expectation of great service. As a customer of ours, you are not just another account holder, we know your name, your family and your occupation.”
Customers enjoy all the perks you’d expect from a big corporate bank, including mobile banking, online banking, and check scanners, plus low costs—personal checking accounts and business checking accounts are completely free, with no minimum balance requirements and unlimited transactions with no hidden fees.
It should come as no surprise that American Community Bank has a loyal commitment to the Long Island community that they’ve served for nearly 20 years. As just one example, the bank presented the Mineola Volunteer Ambulance Corp with a donation as part of their opening of the Mineola branch. And, at all of their locations, food and clothing drives throughout the year help support such vital organizations such as Hope For The Future Ministries, St. Vincent DePaul and Fountainhead Congregation.
And the community spirit extends beyond non-profits to local businesses as well. American Community Bank offers business accounts and commercial lending opportunities for customers. It’s easy to walk out of the door and patronize any number of American Community Bank supported organizations—says Narcowitz, “There are so many terrific restaurants near our Glen Cove and Mineola branches that are rich in Italian and Portuguese heritage. Many of these restaurants are customers of the bank which makes it difficult to choose where to go to lunch daily.” Sounds like a good challenge to have!
To learn more about this community rooted bank, contact us today and see why it pays to keep your money close to home!