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New Perham Bremer branch opens June 19

A new Bremer Bank will open its doors in Perham on June 19, allowing the company to provide more convenient and accessible service to Perham area clients.

A new Bremer Bank will open its doors in Perham on June 19, allowing the company to provide more convenient and accessible service to Perham area clients.

The new bank location at 801 Market Street will now provide a drive-up with three lanes, as well as a drive-up ATM, expanded client parking, safety deposit boxes and additional staffing. The nine-person staff will include bank manager Neil Wrangham, a mortgage lender, two personal bankers, a quality service representative, two full-time tellers and two part-time tellers to serve clients.

We are thrilled to open this new branch as we continue our long history in Perham. Bremer contributes to the community through our charitable giving, volunteer leadership and now through this great new building that will be convenient and accessible for clients and a pleasant working environment for our employees, said Neil Wrangham, branch manager of Bremer in Perham. Ive appreciated the input from our employees - were lucky to have such a great team with a great heritage taking action in Perham.

Currently, Bremer is located at 154 1st Avenue South in Perham. The banks main phone number (218) 346-2900, will remain the same. Bank hours are: Lobby, M-F: 9am - 5pm; Sat: 8:30am to noon; Drive-up, M-Th: 7:30am - 5:30pm; F: 7:30 am - 6 pm; Sat: 8:30 am to noon.

Bremer Financial Corporation is a privately held, $6.5 billion regional financial services company jointly owned by its employees and the Otto Bremer Foundation Founded in 1943 by Otto Bremer, the company is headquartered in St. Paul, MN, and provides a comprehensive range of banking, investment, trust and insurance services to more than 100 locations in Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin. Company profits are distributed in the form of charitable grants by the Otto Bremer Foundation to communities throughout the companys footprint.

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