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PNC Bank to Close Branch in Cumberland County, Plans Consolidation with Nearby Location

PNC Bank has confirmed it will be closing its branch located at 2 E. Main St. in Mechanicsburg, Cumberland County. The branch is set to consolidate operations with the bank’s larger facility at Silver Spring Square, located at 6416 Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township, effective September 20.

An ATM will remain available at the Main Street location to continue serving local banking needs. In light of the closure, PNC issued a statement emphasizing the strategic analysis behind their decision: “PNC recognizes that branches play a key role in how we provide solutions to our clients, alongside our other channels. That’s why we continually study transaction patterns to determine how we can most effectively meet the needs of our communities.”

The bank highlighted its growth in the number of branches over the past five years, despite a general decline in industry-wide branch numbers. They stated, “As client needs evolve, we also make decisions to close branches. As always, we will continue to invest in – and optimize – our branch network alongside our other core banking channels to serve our clients in the most effective way we can.”

PNC Bank operates over 2,300 branches nationwide.


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