TOWSON, Md. –
Eric Greives is the Revere Bank Hometown Hero of the Week for the Towson University football game vs. James Madison on November 17th
as Towson and Revere Bank honor those who have had a strong, meaningful impact in the community.
Greives will be honored with an on-field presentation during the JMU game and given a game ball.
Greives is a board member for the Wiessner Foundation for Children. The Wiessner Foundation for Children was established in 1905 with a single purpose: to aid the children of Maryland and the organizations that support them.
"Revere is proud to recognize these hometown heroes who have made great contributions to our community," said Ken Cook, Co-President and CEO of Revere Bank. "We are grateful for everything they have done. Thank you!"
Revere Bank will honor a Hometown Hero for the remaining two regular season Towson football games and select men's lacrosse games in the upcoming year.
Revere Bank is a community bank with more than $2.3 billion in assets. Established in 2007, Revere Bank specializes in serving business clients throughout the Baltimore-Washington and I-270 corridors. Led by a team of experienced bankers with extensive local market knowledge, Revere Bank provides creative financing and unparalleled service to meet each client's unique needs. Headquartered in Maryland, Revere Bank has 11 locations in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Frederick, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George's counties. They do everything they can to say yes to you – because they are committed to your success. For more information, visit reverebank.com
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