Popular News: Elementary School Computer Donation

Welcome to a new week!

Did you know Tuesday, July 17 is Peach Ice Cream Day? It really is! Head over to our Facebook page and tell us your favorite flavor of ice cream.

Here are a few of the great events taking place at Popular Community Bank this week.

On Wednesday and Thursday (July 18 and 19), we’re hosting fantastic small business seminars for folks at a couple of our branches is southern California. If you’re a small business owner in La Habra or La Mirada, check out the details for these wonderful opportunities here.

On Friday, there are a couple events in New York.

If you have some basic banking questions, you can get answers from our experts at the St. John’s Place Family Center on Friday afternoon at 1:00 PM ET.

Considering retirement? Hoping to retire some day? At 4:00 PM ET  on Friday, we’ll have experts available at one of our New York branches to answer your questions about planning for retirement.

If you miss our basic banking event on Friday, there’s another chance to get answers on Saturday at 10:30 AM ET at Hilaldos Shodokan Karate School in Corona, New York.

For details about all of these exciting opportunities, click here.

Finally, last week the IT Department at Popular Community Bank collaborated with Sentinel Technologies to donate 15 Dell desktop computers to Our Lady of Tepeyac Elementary School in Chicago through Advocate Charities.

If you haven’t followed us on Twitter, make sure you do that soon!

Finally, if you have any questions about specific products offered by Popular Community Bank, or a comment about our efforts in the branches or social media, please feel free to contact us at SocialMedia@bpop.com.

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