Monona State Bank Opens Fourth Location
Monona State Bank’s location in Madison recently celebrated our official grand opening and ribbon cutting for our near-east side location at 1965 Atwood Avenue in Madison. Stop by and check out our newest location and don’t forget to try the root beer on tap in the rotunda.
Monona State Bank is pleased to announce that our fourth location is now open for business on Schenk's Corners, at 1965 Atwood Avenue. Our new location occupies the red-brick building with the pillars, commonly known as the "bank on the corner" or the "bank with the clock" to many Madison east-siders.
Paul Hoffmann, president and CEO of Monona State Bank, noted, "It has been many years since a locally-owned bank has been located in the Schenk's Corners area in Madison. Now, Monona State Bank, a locally-owned community bank has a physical presence in this growing community. The idea of banking with people you know-at a locally-grown bank, has come full circle." Since the building started off in the 1920's as a community bank, Paul added that "we're proud to bring true community banking back to Madison's east-side."
This new location allows us to conveniently serve our customers who live, work and commute through Madison's near-east side. We will continue to refurbish the historic Frank Riley-designed red brick building to accommodate the most updated bank technologies. It is definitely a location that you can stop by for a cup of coffee (or a glass of root beer) and talk with a banker you know, as well as enjoy the works of some of the local artists. This location is a full-service branch, with mortgage and business banking associates available to assist you with the high level of customer service you expect from Monona State Bank.
Paul Hoffmann added, "While we were not specifically looking to open a new location at this time, when this location became available earlier this summer, we couldn't say no. We're excited to bring true community banking back to the east side of Madison and carry on the community bank tradition that began on Schenk's Corners nearly 100 years ago with Security State Bank."