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Thrivent Financial’s North Branch Group Showcases Newly Renovated Office at Ribbon Cutting

(L-R): Bonnie Crawford, Town of Bloomsburg council member; Kerry Maurer, Thrivent Financial; Richard Keller, Thrivent Financial; Dave Saul, Thrivent Financial; Fred Gaffney, Columbia Montour Chamber president; Lisa Makara, Geisinger Bloomsburg Hospital, Chamber ambassador; Denny Wolff, candidate for U.S. Congress 9th congressional district; Amanda Woolsey, Hampton Inn Danville, Chamber ambassador

The team at North Branch Group – Thrivent Financial opened up its newly renovated office building to fellow Chamber members on Thursday, Aug. 2 with a ribbon cutting and open house, as Chamber members were invited in to check out Thrivent’s new office building downtown Bloomsburg. Although the group has been in the building for over a year now, they just recently completed the renovation of what was formerly a bakery. It now has the look of a modern financial services office with a greeting area, conference room and office space for each of the three financial advisors. Following the ribbon cutting, attendees enjoyed some wine and light snacks and had an opportunity check out the office and talk with the Thrivent team. 

In addition to traditional financial services products such as retirement and college planning, life insurance and more, Thrivent also offers several products and services for small businesses. Examples include succession and business continuity planning, all of which are intended to give small business owners peace of mind. Thrivent is also very community-minded and help coordinate several donation drives each year for various items for various nonprofits and also, through Thrivent’s action teams, are able to help coordinate and financially contribute to various community service projects. 

The North Branch Group will hold a public open house on Thursday, Aug. 9 from 2-6 p.m., in which any member of the public is welcome to stop in, meet the team and see what Thrivent can do to help you. 

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