Bank of America opened two Pittsburgh-area branches recently, including the Cranberry Financial Center at 20133 Route 19.
Speaking at the grand opening was Carey Miller of Chatham University’s Center for Regional Agriculture, Food and Transformation (CRAFT), which received a $215,000 grant from Bank of America.
The grant allowed CRAFT to create a new baker training program that will combine practical baking training and education with targeted entrepreneur and food systems planning.
The other financial center that opened is in Robinson Township, Allegheny County.
Bank of America’s first financial center in the Pittsburgh area is on the South Side.
According to a news release from Bank of America, the company’s presence in the Pittsburgh area reflects the bank’s continued investment in its financial center and ATM network for clients across the United States.