Iselin, NJ (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
The Provident Bank, the oldest community bank operating exclusively in New Jersey, and The Provident Bank Foundation, which supports organizations dedicated to improving the lives of residents in the New Jersey communities served by The Provident Bank, have announced a redesign of their websites, located at http://www.providentnj.com and http://www.providentnjfoundation.org, respectively. The changes reflect a new look and logo that were developed to celebrate The Provident Bank’s 175th anniversary and herald in a new era of “Commitment You Can Count On.”
“We’re still the same Provident Bank our customers know and love…committed to helping New Jersey’s families and businesses grow and prosper,” said Chris Martin, Chairman, President and CEO of The Provident Bank and President of The Provident Bank Foundation. “And while we are extremely proud of our heritage, we wanted to create a new look that is in step with our exciting, new and enhanced products and services and our fresh approach to meeting customer needs.”
The new logo retains the beehive theme, which represents The Provident Bank’s commitment to strength and partnership, while updating the color, shape and text font to reflect a modern look more representative of the 21st century.
The updated Bank and Foundation websites will go live on January 27, 2014. Customers will also begin seeing the new logo and color scheme in branches, signage, advertising and other communications in February.
About The Provident Bank
With $5.3 billion in deposits, The Provident Bank (http://www.ProvidentNJ.com) serves its customers via a network of full-service branches throughout northern and central New Jersey. The Provident Bank is the wholly owned subsidiary of Provident Financial Services, Inc. (NYSE:PFS), which reported assets of $7.3 billion as of September 30, 2013.
About The Provident Bank Foundation
The Provident Bank Foundation (http://ProvidentNJFoundation.org) was established by New Jersey’s oldest bank in 2003 to enhance the quality of life in New Jersey through support of not-for-profit groups, institutions, schools and other organizations that provide services in communities served by The Provident Bank. Since its founding, the Foundation has provided more than $18 million in grants for programs focusing on education, health, wellness, recreation, the arts and social and civic services.