On Wednesday, May 17, Capital City Bank hosted a ribbon-cutting to commemorate the opening of its new banking office located at 6224 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite 100. Attendees included leadership from the Capital City Bank and Capital City Home Loans teams, as well as local officials and several members of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
“We are proud to have served the lending and commercial banking needs of the local community for the last 18 months and excited to take the next step in our growing relationship with Gwinnett County,” said Gwinnett County President Mike Fulton. “As we open the doors to our new full-service banking office, we also open the door to new opportunities to serve a broader, more comprehensive set of client services.”
New virtual teller technology enables live assistance from a banker via video chat and is available to Capital City Bank clients with or without a debit card from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday. The machine is equipped with a Smart ATM option for self-service banking with a debit card 24 hours a day. The Smart ATM has all the standard features of a traditional ATM but includes several key enhancements that make it easier, faster and more convenient than ever before. It accepts cash and check deposits up to 30 items in a single transaction, and checks post same day when deposited by 8 p.m. on business days.
Founded in 1895 and headquartered in Tallahassee, Florida, Capital City Bank provides a full range of consumer, wealth management, business and commercial banking services. The Bank has repeatedly been selected best bank or financial institution in multiple communities across its footprint, including Tallahassee, Crawfordville, the Emerald Coast and Palatka, Florida, and Cairo, Georgia. Additionally, the Company has been chosen for Florida Trend magazine’s “Best Companies to Work For in Florida” eleven years in a row and the American Banker magazine’s “Best Banks to Work For” every year since the list’s inception in 2013.