Even more Atlantic Canadians will have the option of banking while filling up or buying a carton of milk when RBC Royal Bank expands its network of banking machines at Irving mainways locations.
RBC and Irving have signed an agreement that will see RBC Royal Bank install up to 60 additional ATMs in locations throughout the Atlantic Provinces. RBC and Irving have been working together since 1986, and have the largest ATM/gasoline convenience store alliance in Atlantic Canada. RBC currently has 122 ATMs at Irving sites across New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.
"It's important for us to locate ATMs where our clients want them, whether it's on the way to work, where they shop, or while on a road trip", said James McGuire, RBC's senior manager, Self-Serve Networks. "We're pleased to be working together with Irving, a company that shares our focus on customer service. This agreement will allow us to better meet our customers' needs by offering them the opportunity to bank at one of Irving's many convenient locations."
"Our agreement with RBC for an additional 60 locations will help us make life even easier and simpler for our busy customers," said Lynne Frodyma, category manager for Irving. "We pride ourselves on having great locations and a strong brand, and we're excited to be working with RBC, a leader in the banking industry with a strong, customer-focused brand. Irving mainways have the largest convenience store banking network in Atlantic Canada, and with this latest agreement, we're bringing this convenient offering to even more customers."