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Belmont Savings Again Announces Sponsorship of Town Day

Posted on April 28th, 2015 at 5:28 PM

BELMONTBelmont Savings Bank announced today it will again be the proud sponsor of Belmont Town Day, to be held on Saturday, May 16 from 9am-­â€4pm. Town Day is a community-wide event that features a number of Belmont Savings sponsored activities, including a car show, cash cube, face painting, pony rides and a dog show, and for the first time a photo booth for family photos.

“Belmont Savings is again thrilled to serve as presenting sponsor for this year’s Town Day, a wonderful annual celebration and spotlight for what makes Belmont such an extraordinary place to live and work,” said Bob Mahoney, President and CEO of Belmont Savings Bank. “We look forward to seeing everyone on May 16, and encourage them to stop by our fifth annual car show and second annual Belmont Savings dog show.”

Belmont Savings’ second annual dog show will begin at noon on the main stage. Prizes will be awarded for categories such as Best Trick and Cutest Puppy.

Town Day attendees will select the “best-­â€in-­â€show” by the loudest applause. “Best-­â€in-­â€show” will receive a $100 Belmont Pet Supply gift card while each entrant will receive a gift bag. Dogs should be entered before May 11th to become eligible in the Bank’s Facebook Favorite contest.

The Town Day schedule includes face painting in front of the Belmont Savings main branch located at 2 Leonard Street and pony rides from 10:30am -­â€ 2:30pm under the Leonard Street Bridge, also sponsored by Belmont Savings Bank. New this year is a photo booth for family photos which will be open from 11am -­ 2pm.

Belmont Savings Bank introduced the car exhibit in 2011, giving proud area collectors an opportunity to show off their pristine cars. Originally showcasing 12 cars, the show has grown to over 40 cars.

The cars will be at 2 Leonard Street and along Moore Street in Belmont Center. Participating cars will be displayed in the "Monterey" style, parked angled to the sidewalk.

Anyone interested in displaying their cars can contact Mike DeMarco, Belmont Savings Bank marketing director, at   617-­â€484-­â€6700.

Attendees will also have a chance to enter the cash cube adjacent to the Belmont Savings booth, where they can try their luck at catching flying dollar bills. Running from 11am 2pm, participants may enter the cash cube, with half the collected dollars being donated to the Foundation for Belmont Education.

About Belmont Savings Bank:

Belmont Savings Bank is a $1.47 billion, full-­â€service Massachusetts savings bank dedicated to quality, convenience, and personalized service. The Bank builds on a proud history of financial strength and a tradition of active involvement in the community. Belmont Savings Bank provides a full range of banking services for professional commercial real estate investors, developers and managers as well as individuals and local small business owners through two full-­â€service offices in Belmont, one full-­â€service office in Watertown, and three full-­â€service Shaw’s supermarket branches in Waltham, Newton and Cambridge. Find out more information by visiting: https://www.belmontsavings.com or Like Belmont Savings on Facebook. Member FDIC. Member DIF.

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