Westpac Pukekohe opens new offices
Westpac Pukekohe had its branch opening on Monday 2 October, and have since had an overwhelming response of positive feedback from the community.
A representative from the local Iwi, Hero Potini, came to bless the building. This was followed by a breakfast with the bank’s dignitaries attending.
The new purpose-built premise has all the mod cons as well as state of the art security to keep both customers and staff safe. It also has a 24/7 lobby that has a Smart ATM and money machine.
The new branch is located at 108 King Street, which was the old National Bank building.
Parking can be found behind the new offices, and the team is excited to show their new premises off to the public.
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