Detroit, Oct. 26, 2022 – Comerica Bank will officially unveil the newly redesigned and renovated Brighton banking center, located at 5671 Whitmore Lake Road, at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2, with a grand reopening ceremony. Comerica will also launch a new nonprofit community partnershipfin with Livingston County United Way that will include a $5,000 donation to bolster workforce development initiatives.
The interior and exterior renovations feature an open layout with clear sightlines to welcome customers, and multiple areas in which customers can have comfortable conversations with the banking center team. Other additions include new furniture, digital messaging displays, and updated signage and color scheme to reflect Comerica’s new brand elements.
“From the moment someone enters the door, we want them to feel connected and supported, and we have created an environment that accomplishes just that,” said Debra Van Hevele, Comerica Bank senior vice president and retail regional director. “As we reinvest in banking centers across the state, like Brighton, it enhances our ability to build meaningful relationships and serve as a trusted partner for our customers.”
Comerica continues to evolve its banking center model and streamline the customer experience by integrating opportunities for more consultative, advisory and educational interactions between the community and banking center team.
Livingston County United Way and Workforce Development
As a part of the reopening, Comerica is launching a new partnership with Livingston County United Way focused on workforce development and will donate $5,000 to the nonprofit’s efforts.
“We are excited and honored to be partnering with Comerica to ensure ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) families are able to reduce and/or eliminate barriers to stable employment,” said Anne Rennie, Executive Director for Livingston County. “For many of these households, they have full-time jobs, but still fall short of stability. These barrier busting funds will help to ensure an unforeseen expense does not cause a negative impact to their employment or schooling.”
Livingston County United Way is a Brighton-based nonprofit that partners with other nonprofits, for-profits, and governmental and faith-based organizations to address the most critical needs of community residents, such as health, financial stability, and education.
Comerica Banker ConnectSM
On the exterior, Comerica offers expanded service hours through two Banker ConnectSM interactive teller machines to help meet customers’ needs through an intuitive experience. Customers can connect directly to a live, customer service representative to ask questions and conduct transactions during the Banker Connect extended hours. Services offered include the ability to make cash and check deposits with immediate availability, withdraw cash with choice of denomination, transfer money and make installment payments. Extended service hours via Banker ConnectSM are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Comerica serves customers with 43 Banker ConnectSM ITMs at 21 different locations throughout the Michigan market.
Comerica Brighton and Southeast Michigan Service
This Brighton location is among the most recent Comerica banking center to undergo renovations in Michigan, including locations in Detroit, Jackson, Royal Oak, Southfield and Sterling Heights. Comerica currently has several banking centers throughout the state undergoing renovations that are set to be complete in the coming months.
Comerica serves the five-county southeast Michigan area with the largest banking center network and the E. Grand River-Whitmore Lake location is among the 135 banking centers operating across metro Detroit. Comerica is one of only two banks with two different locations in Brighton, with the second banking center located at 8250 Hilton Road.
Comerica’s Brighton banking center remained opened through renovations and continues to operate with lobby hours Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Learn more about Comerica’s locations and banking options at www.comerica.com.
About Comerica Bank
Comerica Bank, a subsidiary of Comerica Incorporated, has served Michigan longer than any other bank with a continuous presence dating back over 173 years to its Detroit founding in 1849. It is the largest bank employer in metro Detroit and has approximately 4,500 employees (FTE) statewide. With one of the largest banking center networks in Michigan, Comerica nurtures lifelong relationships with unwavering integrity and financial prudence. Comerica positively impacts the lives of Michigan residents by helping customers be successful, providing financial support that assists hundreds of charitable organizations, and actively participating in Detroit’s downtown revitalization. Comerica Incorporated (NYSE: CMA) is a financial services company strategically aligned by three business segments: The Commercial Bank, The Retail Bank, and Wealth Management. Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Comerica, Twitter: @ComericaBank and Instagram: @comerica_bank. Download new Comerica Bank logo.
About Livingston County United Way
Established in 1977, Livingston County United Way is a 501c3 organization that helps to provide financial resources to local agencies and organizations that keep our community members safe, housed and healthy. We are a driving force of change in Livingston County. We help bring together nonprofits, governmental agencies, community stakeholders and other organizations to address the most pressing needs in our community. These efforts adjust to current and relevant areas each year through collaborative meetings with key agencies providing the resources. We also have an emerging needs fund that allows our organization to provide quick and responsive support. We focus our efforts in three areas of impact: Thriving families by empowering them with resources that allow them to support themselves. Successful youth by assuring that children birth-18 have access to good education, food, fitness and overall health. Health and wellness by energizing all residents, young and old, to be healthy, secure and active in their community.