Bank Supports Gold Coast Film Festival

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Laura Capra, Metropolitan Commercial Bank senior vice president and head of Retail Banking (second from left), presented a $2,500 check to Regina Gil, executive director of the Gold Coast Arts Center (second from right). Also pictured are Great Neck banking center officers (from left): Ralph Ventura, vice president and relationship manager; Phablo DeCosta, assistant vice president and assistant branch manager; George Lotto, vice president and market sales manager ; and Vivian Safir, vice president and relationship manager.
Laura Capra, Metropolitan Commercial Bank senior vice president and head of Retail Banking (second from left), presented a $2,500 check to Regina Gil, executive director of the Gold Coast Arts Center (second from right). Also pictured are Great Neck banking center officers (from left): Ralph Ventura, vice president and relationship manager; Phablo DeCosta, assistant vice president and assistant branch manager; George Lotto, vice president and market sales manager ; and Vivian Safir, vice president and relationship manager.

Metropolitan Commercial Bank presented the Gold Coast Arts Center with a $2,500 donation in support of the center’s weeklong International Film Festival, which showcased award-winning indie films and exclusive Long Island premieres.

“Metropolitan Commercial Bank is always looking for new avenues to contribute to Great Neck and the surrounding neighborhoods,” said Laura Capra, senior vice president and head of Retail Banking. “We are honored to be part of the Gold Coast International Film Festival—an event that has become a major showcase for indie films on Long Island, attracting participants and attendees both locally and globally.”

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