Four branches of the premiere countryside bank in North Luzon commemorate their anniversaries by organizing five separate community projects in their respective areas during the 3rd quarter of 2017.
Bacnotan (La Union) Branch celebrated its 11th Anniversary by donating trash bins to the LGU of Bacnotan last July 7, 2017. Area Manager Winnie Mingaracal, Senior Branch Manager Leah Mantilla, Branch Manager Joanna Timichan, Marketing Specialist Florence Joy Licudine and Marketing Assistant Emerson Ariz were on hand for the turnover. Rang-ay has always been a strong partner of LGU Bacnotan since 2006 serving as a BSP-approved government depository bank and a source of fast credit to its public servants and people.
Magsingal (Ilocos Sur) Branch of Rang-ay Bank celebrated its 9th Anniversary last July 17, 2017. To start the day, a thanksgiving mass was offered at the St. William the Hermit Church. After which, the officers and staff donated cork board as well as reading and activity books to the day care children of Brgy. San Pablo in Sto Domingo (Ilocos Sur). Uniforms were also given to the barangay council members to commemorate the branch's 9th anniversary. Branch Managers Brenda France Gonzales and Vigan Branch Manager Kathleen Quilana took the opportunity to announce that the Rang-ay Bank will soon open its Sinait, Ilocos Sur Branch later this year.
Rang-ay Bank Sta. Lucia (Ilocos Sur) celebrated its 5th Anniversary last July 4, 2017 by repainting the waiting shed serving the Sta. Lucia Public Market. The project was turned over to Hilda Hernandez, Market Supervisor of Sta. Lucia, Ilocos Sur. They expressed their heartfelt thanks to Rang-ay Bank for choosing them as the bank's beneficiary for its community project. Rang-ay Sta Lucia is located across the municipal public market and provides banking services to market vendors and the local entrepreneurs of Sta. Lucia.
Rang-ay Bank Luna (La Union) Branch celebrated its 5th Anniversary on August 3, 2017. As an annual tradition, a thanksgiving mass was offered at Saint Catherine of Alexandria Church. To commemorate the milestone, the branch donated 25 monoblock chairs to the Luna Tourism Center. Area Manager Winnie Mingaracal, Senior Branch Manager Leah Mantilla, Branch Manager Dominie Ledda and Marketing Specialist Florence Joy Licudine presented the gifts to the Tourism Office headed by Tito U. Gorospe. Rang-ay Bank works with all local municipalities to ensure better service to its townspeople.