Orrstown Bank Continues Rapid Lancaster County Expansion

SHIPPENSBURG, PA (October 22, 2018) – Orrstown Bank is continuing its rapid expansion into Lancaster County, Pennsylvania with the recent opening of its newest full-service financial service center in East Earl Township. Located at 1324 Main Street inside the Shady Maple Farm Market, this is the first in-store banking center opened by Orrstown Bank. This facility houses a team of financial professionals who will be delivering personal and business banking services to the customers, visitors, and employees of the Shady Maple companies as well as its neighbors in the East Earl community.

“Orrstown is very excited about our continued growth into Lancaster County and the special relationship we have with the folks at Shady Maple,” said David Hornberger, Executive Vice President and Market President of Orrstown Bank. “As a community bank, we put our customers first, and invest heavily into the communities we serve. We have assembled a team of incredibly talented professionals who understand Lancaster County and are committed to delivering quality products and services to our customers with the professionalism and care that they deserve.”

This is Orrstown Bank’s fifth Lancaster County banking facility and will complement its other branch locations on Lausch Lane, Old Hickory Road, and Spring Valley Road in Lancaster, and on West Main Street in New Holland. The bank has two additional Lancaster County offices currently under construction, including a location at the new Crossings at Conestoga Creek along the Harrisburg Pike, which is scheduled to open in November, and a free-standing facility in Lititz, which is scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2019. The bank, under the local leadership of Executive Vice President and Market President, David Hornberger, manages its Lancaster County operations from its Lancaster Regional Office headquarters on the Fruitville Pike.

To mark the opening of the new Shady Maple office, the bank hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony which was attended by local dignitaries, Shady Maple officials, Orrstown Bank directors, including its Chairman Joel Zullinger, and team members, and store guests. Immediately following, a public grand opening celebration was held featuring special product offers, food, prizes, and entertainment for the children.