Sister Bay hold Brick Building Contest

SHOW US YOUR BRICKS! Display your brick sculpture in Nicolet Bank’s Sister Bay Branch through July 13 for a chance to WIN.  View contest flyer Winning sculptures will be displayed at BRICK PARTY BY THE BAY sponsored by Nicolet Bank at Sister Bay Village Hall July 20 and July 21, alongside amazing creations from the WisLUG, Wisconsin LEGO® Users Group. Bonus …

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Sturgeon Bay Downtown Construction Walkthrough

Employees and bank services at our Sturgeon Bay Downtown office will relocate to the new single story branch under construction at 236 N. Fourth Avenue in early summer, 2019. We walked through Nicolet Bank’s 9,400 square foot branch to share a peek of the interior layout before floor tile work began.  March, 2019 lobby …

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Santa María announced as first ship for Nicolet Bank Tall Ships®

Tickets on sale Friday, March 15 for excursions and festival admission The first ship to be announced for Nicolet Bank Tall Ships®, July 26-28 in the Port of Green Bay, is the Santa María, sponsored by HobbyTown. She is a replica of the Spanish ships that traveled across the Atlantic Ocean in the 15th and …

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Progress on Schedule for Sturgeon Bay Downtown Branch Relocation

Construction work has moved to the interior of Nicolet Bank’s 9,400 square foot branch in Downtown Sturgeon Bay.  Excitement is building as Sturgeon Bay Downtown branch employees and services will relocate to the new single story office at 236 N. Fourth Avenue in early summer, 2019. Jamie Alberts, Senior Vice President for Door County’s hometown …

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Future Neenah Presents Corporate Citizen of the Year to Nicolet Bank

Photo courtesy of Adam Shea Photography Future Neenah Recognizes Partnerships of the Year. Corporate Citizen of the Year Award:  Nicolet National Bank “Nicolet National Bank was recognized for extraordinary contributions by a business to the overall quality of life enjoyed in our community. This award acknowledges both civic leadership and sponsorship.” Good things come in …

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