Next Bank of the Islands’ Thankful Tuesday Set For Feb. 14

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

Bank of the Islands’ David Lowden Heather Harrison, and Susan Schulte invite you to stop by for Thankful Tuesday on Valentine’s Day.

Bank of the Islands President Robbie Roepstorff is pleased to announce the next celebration of Thankful Tuesdays – the Bank’s ongoing event series celebrating our island community’s continuing recovery from Hurricane Ian.

“With every day, week, and month that passes, we can feel things getting better,” said Roepstorff. “For February’s Thankful Tuesday, we wanted to focus on a celebration we all look forward to at this time of year – Valentine’s Day. Please stop by and visit for coffee, water and doughnuts. Before you get back to your day, we hope you will leave with a special little box of Valentine’s chocolates and a long-stemmed rose. As hard as things have been, we want to offer something sweet and invite everyone to ‘stop and smell the roses’! It’s just another way of saying how proud we are to be your island bank.”

Thankful Tuesday will be from 9 .am. to noon Tuesday, Feb. 14 at the Bank’s Sanibel office, with giveaways being offered while supplies last.

The Thankful Tuesdays program started in early November, with Bank of the Islands inviting neighbors and customers to visit the Sanibel office for refreshment and renewal. Previous offerings of support have included coffee, doughnuts, boxed lunches, 4,000 pounds of bagged ice, stocking stuffers, and stress-relieving seated massages to help those working on their homes and businesses.

The Bank of the Islands’ offices, including ATM operations, have both reopened after the hurricane. The Captiva office, located next to the Captiva Post Office, 14812 Captiva Drive, is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday, with a half-hour lunch closure at noon. The Bank’s Sanibel office is offering banking services from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday out of its temporary on-site operation on premise, 1699 Periwinkle Way, at Casa Ybel Road. In addition, the Edison National Bank offices in Fort Myers, 13000 S. Cleveland Ave., and the River District office, 2105 First St., will continue to welcome all of the Bank’s island customers.

As the oldest locally owned and managed community bank on Sanibel and Captiva, Bank of the Islands is proud to be the winner of more than 50 “Best of the Islands” awards over two decades.

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