West Shore Bank celebrating 125 years with customer appreciation events

May 24, 2023

State Savings Bank of Scottville, 1941, located on the southwest corner of State and Main streets in Scottville.

West Shore Bank celebrating 125 years with customer appreciation events

LUDINGTON — On June 30, West Shore Bank will have served the local area for 125 years.  

The bank was founded as State Savings Bank of Scottville in downtown Scottville by Curtis W. MacPhail. 

CW and Catherine MacPhail

In honor of the Bank’s anniversary, West Shore Bank is partnering with several local businesses in Benzie, Mason, Manistee, Muskegon, Grand Traverse, and Ocean counties for several customer appreciation events promoting “125 Years of Making a Difference”.

Three customer appreciation events starting in early June include:

• $1.25 cheeseburger and fries at R& T Colossal Kitchen in Scottville, during the week of June 12 –June 16.

• $1.25 off any menu items (excludes buffet) at BC Pizza in Hart; valid from June 1 through August 31.

• $2 off any participating item at House of Flavors in Ludington; a special promotion celebrating 75 years at House of Flavors and 125 years at West Shore Bank; valid from June 1 through August 31.

Other events for future summer dates include a raffle for $12.50 gift cards from the EZ Mart in Onekama, TC Pit Spitters Hockey Night with a giveaway on July 20, $1.25 Hot Dog Night at a TC Pit Spitters game on August 9, and full-service gas with discounts at participating Blarney Castle locations.

For more information on these events or to download a coupon, click here. A participating coupon will be required in order to receive the special promotion (one per person).

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