ChoiceOne Bank Celebrates Sparta Main Branch Remodel


Sparta, MI (March 1, 2017) – ChoiceOne Bank celebrated the grand opening of their newly remodeled Sparta Main Branch yesterday with a ribbon cutting event. Sparta business and community members gathered along with ChoiceOne Bank representatives to cut the ribbon and officially mark the grand opening of the newly remodeled building. The full-service main office is located downtown Sparta at 109 E Division Street.

“As the local community bank in Sparta, we are very excited to commit to our downtown community with the remodeling of our headquarters,” said ChoiceOne Bank President and CEO Kelly Potes.  “Our remodeled office will bring more convenience to our customers who want quick service as well as space for those who want to sit down and talk.  We are confident our newly remodeled building will serve our community very well.”

The remodel project planning and design formally began in 2015 with the ground breaking in 2016 coinciding with ChoiceOne’s continuous growth and expansion initiatives within the community and West Michigan.

Thompson Phelan Group, Inc. of Anchorville, Mich., was the designer-builder of the project as they specialize in financial institutions and have been involved in many ChoiceOne projects.  Many other local trades companies were included in the project.

As the headquarters for ChoiceOne, the exterior is now updated to mirror the majority of the bank’s other branch offices. The main floor is redesigned moving the teller lobby near the covered parking entrance for convenience and many new offices have been added to accommodate for more customer interaction. The second floor conference room was also been with technology upgrades.


“Customers will appreciate the ability to perform quick transactions at our drive thru lanes, drive-up ATM and in the new lobby,” said Potes. “However, our new offices allow for customers to visit with their personal bankers and lenders to make sure all their financials needs have solutions.”

About ChoiceOne Bank

ChoiceOne Bank is a full service financial institution with offices in Kent, Ottawa, Muskegon and Newaygo Counties. ChoiceOne Bank offers insurance and investment products through its subsidiary, ChoiceOne Insurance Agencies, Inc. ChoiceOne Financial Services, Inc. is the holding company headquartered in Sparta, Michigan and the parent corporation of ChoiceOne Bank. The company is publicly traded and is available on the OTCBB under the symbol “COFS.”



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