Tiny tellers welcome


Courtesy photo | Eric Sanders, left, Jason King, Phillip Stone, Katie Fountain and Christy Strickland cut the ribbon on the newly-renovated BB&T exhibit at Exploration Station in Lumberton. The exhibit, originally opened in 2000 and is 20 percent larger, has a touch screen ATM, new games, a drive through window, a teller window and more.


Courtesy photo | Eric Sanders, left, Jason King, Phillip Stone, Katie Fountain and Christy Strickland cut the ribbon on the newly-renovated BB&T exhibit at Exploration Station in Lumberton. The exhibit, originally opened in 2000 and is 20 percent larger, has a touch screen ATM, new games, a drive through window, a teller window and more.

Courtesy photo | Eric Sanders, left, Jason King, Phillip Stone, Katie Fountain and Christy Strickland cut the ribbon on the newly-renovated BB&T exhibit at Exploration Station in Lumberton. The exhibit, originally opened in 2000 and is 20 percent larger, has a touch screen ATM, new games, a drive through window, a teller window and more.
http://robesonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_children-1.jpgCourtesy photo | Eric Sanders, left, Jason King, Phillip Stone, Katie Fountain and Christy Strickland cut the ribbon on the newly-renovated BB&T exhibit at Exploration Station in Lumberton. The exhibit, originally opened in 2000 and is 20 percent larger, has a touch screen ATM, new games, a drive through window, a teller window and more.
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