National Bank of Commerce takes part in the Minnesota Bankers Association’s Community Impact Week by removing invasive plants around Miller Creek

ATTN: ASSIGNMENT EDITORS/FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date:  Thursday, September 21, 2017
Media contact:  Hannah Horman, Marketing Specialist at National Bank of Commerce 715.394.8994.

DULUTH-SUPERIOR – NBC associates will be volunteering to help highlight how community banks give back to the communities in which they serve. Our efforts will be directed towards preserving Lake Superior and the various watersheds in our region.

On Thursday, September 21, National Bank of Commerce associates will be volunteering at Lincoln Park and around Miller Creek in Duluth to help remove the invasive species such as Buckthorn and Honeysuckle. We will be working alongside the Duluth Invaders, a specialized group sponsored by the City of Duluth, in order to make this project possible.

Reporters, photographers and videographers are welcome to cover this event.

Invasive Plant Removal

Thursday, September 21, 2017

9am – 12pm and 1pm – 4pm

Parking will be available at the Southeast entrance of Lincoln Park, in-between 25th Ave W and 26th Ave W on W 3rd Street. You will head Northwest on Lincoln Park Drive until you come to reach the playground area. Once you’ve reached this area, find an available parking spot. Associates will be volunteering throughout Lincoln Park.

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