March 2018 Customer Spotlight

At York Traditions Bank, we have a committment to building strong relationships. Each month, we spotlight one of our valued customers in each of our branches.

This Month We’re Proud to Feature:

StoryCatchers – St. Charles Way

Rodan + Fields (Vicky Papageorgiou) – Eastern Boulevard

Golden Age Senior Transitions LLC Susquehanna Trail

Plant Nite (Karen Mummert) – White Street 

The Frankie FilesEisenhower Drive (Hanover)

About StoryCatchers

StoryCatchers records the life story of your loved ones – their words, their voices. They use high-definition audio recording equipment to capture their memories, leaving their customers with a keepsake that will be cherished for years to come. StoryCatchers conducts the interview with gentleness and respect. This can be a special but emotional time for the person being interviewed, so they work hard to ensure the process is handled with dignity and professionalism. StoryCatchers even comes to you to conduct the interview!

About Rodan + Fields (Vicky Papageorgiou)

The company was established on the principle that living better in your skin means living better in your life. They believe everyone has the opportunity to make a difference in their own lives—and in the lives of others. At the core of everything they do is a commitment to create positive change in people’s skin, in their lives and, ultimately, in the lives of others. More information about the company is available on their website.

About Golden Age Senior Transitions

Moving is hard for everyone. For seniors, it can be especially difficult to leave the homes they’ve occupied for decades, often for something much smaller. Golden Age Senior Transitions is there to guide you through the process. No need to worry, you are always the one in control, making the important decisions regarding your home and possessions. Learn more on their website.

About Plant Nite (Karen Mummert)

Plant Nite (similar to Paint Nite) is a great way to get together with friends and family while being creative. You can plant everything from zen gardens to succulent terrariums. No green thumb required. Check out when Karen will host her next Plant Nite here.

About The Frankie Files

K9 Character Development is an engaging and interactive program that promotes excitement for reading while inspiring and equipping students to value themselves and others by developing a positive self-image. This grade K through age 9 program reinforces the theme of The Frankie Files book series while combining the learning principles of YouthMAX Plus.

A portion of each book sale will benefit Opie’s Special Needs English Bulldog Rescue.  Opie’s Rescue finances the costs of medical care for  special needs English Bulldogs that have spina bifida, incontinence,  are blind, deaf, or seniors, and they strive to find quality forever homes on a case by case basis. Learn more about Frankie on his website.

If you are interested in being featured in our monthly Customer Spotlight program, please reach out to your contact at York Traditions Bank or the Branch Manager of the location where you do business with us.