Valley First Princeton branch hosts business appreciation evening

Valley First Financial and Insurance hosted a Business Appreciation Night

Sean Morin

Valley First Financial and Insurance hosted a Business Appreciation Night last Wednesday to introduce the new Unlimited Chequing for Business® account and to explain the various financial and insurance services available to business members of the community.

Branch manager Dean Wonneberg welcomed everyone and introduced team members from both the financial and insurance services of Valley First.

“I love this town called Princeton, said Wonneberg, “we want to do more and we want to help everyone be successful.”

There are a number of financial and insurance service specialists who can assist you with your business needs. Wealth Management – Sean Morin can show you how to attract and retain employees and protect your business financially, Darren Bitzer – Investment Specialist can teach you what you need to know about pension plans, group RRSP’s and cash management, Suzanne Holland can assist you with your personal banking needs and Linda Thompson can help you with services like your auto insurance, owner/tenant  insurance, travel medical insurance and small business packages as well.

To find out more about business and/or personal financial and insurance services, stop in at the branch located at 114 Tapton Ave., or visit


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