More than a restaurant,
more than a bank
Starting a business when many big banks weren’t lending, Rob Anderson and Loic Rossignon received the financing they needed from Seamen’s Bank. Since then, The Canteen has developed into an active year-round business and supporter of many local endeavors. Their growing success led to a growing staff which led them to make a significant investment in affordable housing for their employees.
According to Rob, “We want The Canteen to be a catalyst for change resulting in community that is vibrant in every season. Seamen’s understands that and has supported us every step of the way. We know and appreciate the employees in every department. Our plans to open a restaurant always included plans to become part of the Outer Cape community. In those efforts, Seamen’s is truly the ideal partner.”
Seamen’s Bank is pleased to announce that Stacey White has been promoted to Branch Manager of the Bank’s North Truro Branch. Stacey has been with the Bank since 2000 and has held multiple positions with increasing responsibility, but most recently held the position of...read more
Provincetown, MA —Seamen’s Bank held their Annual Corporators Meeting on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at the Lobster Pot Restaurant in Provincetown. At the meeting, President and CEO Lori Meads reported another strong year for the Bank as net income almost doubled to...read more
Seamen's Bank Long Point Charitable Foundation is proud to announce a $15,000 donation to Pause A While Inc. This committment will help purchase its current facility and adjacent lot at 26 Giddiah Hill Road, Orleans MA. The Pause is a facility dedicated to hosting...read more