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Fairfield National Bank Announces Special Downtown Lancaster Loan Program

News Release

For Immediate Release

February 12, 2015
Contact: Molly Bates, Marketing Director – 740.681.8216

Fairfield National Bank Announces Special Downtown Lancaster Loan Program

Lancaster: Fairfield National Bank is pleased to offer another $1,000,000 committed for loans to property owners and those interested in purchasing commercial buildings in downtown Lancaster. This program was available in 2014 and resulted in $ 1,060,000 in loan generation to improve downtown Lancaster properties.

Qualified projects should include improvements to the exterior façade, but the projects can also include interior improvements. This special program is available until December 31, 2015. More information about the program is available by contacting Scott Reed or Kim Sheldon at 740.653.7242.

Scott Reed, Vice President / Commercial Lender said, “We enjoy being a part of Downtown Lancaster and we look forward to helping our neighbors enhance their property and the aesthetics of our downtown business district.” For over 140 years, Fairfield National Bank has been proud to serve the lending needs of the Fairfield County community by providing a variety of bank products and services to fit the needs of both businesses and individuals now and in to the future

Fairfield National Bank is a division of The Park National Bank. More information about Fairfield National Bank can be found on our website at

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