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Banking on Melrose Big Ticket Raffle

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Despite the Melrose Chamber of Commerce’s annual Victorian Fair being cancelled this year, the Chamber is running its Big Ticket Raffle featuring a great line up of prizes, with proceeds from ticket sales to benefit the Chamber.

Twelve raffle prizes have been donated by Chamber members and tickets are $10 each. Wakefield Co-operative Bank recently met up with Melrose Chamber Director, Lauren Grymek, at the bank’s soon-to-be branch location at 526 Main Street with a YETI cooler and tumbler as a prize for the Big Ticket Raffle.

Tickets may be purchased at online, via phone, and at various locations in town; only 500 tickets will be sold and winners will be drawn on or around October 16th on Facebook live.

For more information, visit their website.

Pictured left to right in front of the bank’s soon to be branch location at 526 Main Street: Elaine Foley, Senior Mortgage Consultant; Carol Nadeau, Senior Mortgage Consultant; Jeff Worth, President & CEO, Wakefield Co-operative Bank; Lauren Grymek, Executive Director, Melrose Chamber of Commerce; Mohammed Bezzat, Vice President, Retail Administration & Business Development Officer.

Wakefield Co-operative Bank (WCB) is a 130+ year old mutual institution headquartered in Wakefield, Massachusetts operating under a co-operative bank structure. Being a mutual means that it has no stockholders and issues no public offerings. Wakefield Co-operative Bank is located at 342 Main Street in Wakefield, MA, at 596 Main Street in Lynnfield, MA, and will be debuting at 526 Main Street in Melrose this fall. It is the bank’s mission to provide exceptional service and innovative products, with the vision of seeing every one of its customers achieve their personal financial goals and success.