BELLEVUE, WA – June 19, 2012 – Puget Sound Bank (OTCBB: PUGB.OB), announced today that is was recently recognized by the Puget Sound Business Journal as a finalist for Washington’s Best Workplaces in 2012.
This year, 85 companies have been named finalists in the Puget Sound Business Journal’s Washington’s Best Workplaces competition. They will be featured in a special report of the Business Journal on August 10th and will be celebrated at an awards event at Safeco Field. Winners of the small, medium, large, and extra-large company categories will be announced there.
Acknowledging the recognition, Puget Sound Bank’s President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Mitchell said, “This is a tribute to our tremendous team and customer-oriented employees that work hard every day to create a positive work environment. We are focused on continually recognizing and appreciating the dedicated banking professionals at Puget Sound Bank.”
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