First State Bank of Rosemount hosts celebration Sept. 8

First State Bank of Rosemount will celebrate on Sept. 8 the completion of its remodeling project that was started nearly one year ago.

The Remodel Completion Celebration will be Friday, Sept. 8, at the bank located at 3025 145th St W.

Community members can register to win one prizes, enjoy food, tour the new facility and meet bank employees.

Details of the celebration include:

• Stadium blanket for each new account opened (see bank for details)

• Doughnuts and coffee in the morning

• Lunch from Carbone’s Pizza from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

• Culver’s ice cream at 3 p.m.

• Coffee and cookies all day

• Giveaways including Gopher football tickets and “Rosemount-area” gift baskets

• Kids activities

• Tours of the facility

The renovations include a modern lobby design with access bars where the bank staff can meet customers directly, warm finishes, new offices, energy efficient materials and LED lighting.

Outside, there are new drive-up teller lanes on the back of the building open Monday through Friday and a 24/7 drive-up ATM.

Local vendors were used whenever possible for the remodeling project to keep the business in the community, including customer and contractor Bryan Voight.

Mark Toombs, First State Bank of Rosemount president, said he looks forward to hosting community members at the events.

“All of us at the bank are excited to welcome friends and neighbors and meet new people at the events,” he said. “We’re excited to show the modern features of our revitalization — you won’t believe how great it looks. These changes position the bank for the future and make it possible to provide an even higher level of service to our customers.”

First State Bank of Rosemount is a full-service community bank that was first chartered in 1909 and was purchased by the Toombs family in 1949. The bank is the oldest family-run business in Rosemount, according to the Rosemount Historical Society.

From day one, the bank has focused on serving the local community with the service you’d get from friends. The bank has a full line of personal, business and lending services.