The Coop Kicks Off Celebration in Observance of 100th Anniversary

Logo - 100 Reasons to Love The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod 1921-2021The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod has unveiled a special commemorative logo to mark its centennial, the first of many initiatives the institution will launch this year to celebrate the milestone.

The bank was founded on July 19, 1921 as a mutual community bank serving residents of the Cape and has remained true to that commitment for the past century.

The new commemorative logo will be featured in a campaign that will run through the year – “100 Reasons to Love The Coop.” The campaign will highlight what The Coop has meant to generations of Cape Cod residents, businesses, and employees.

“This is an exciting milestone as it not only underscores our resiliency, but also signifies what The Coop has meant to generations of Cape Codders,” said Lisa Oliver, Chair, President and CEO of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. “We are and always will be a community bank. Together we have met challenges and experienced successes. We have helped build homes, rallied behind small business owners, supported clients from their first savings account all the way to retirement, and all while supporting nonprofit organizations across the Cape.”

“On behalf of our 1,241 members, I congratulate The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod on the occasion of its 100th anniversary,” said Wendy Northcross, chief executive officer of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce.  “Like the Chamber, which is also observing its centennial this year, The Coop has left an indelible mark on Cape Cod. Generations of Cape residents along with countless businesses and nonprofits have benefited greatly from the bank’s commitment to community and charitable giving during the past century.  My best wishes for another hundred years of success for The Coop.”

Additional events and programs to observe the Bank’s 100th anniversary will be announced throughout the year.

“We are excited about this year and our future together,” added Oliver.

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