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WSFS Celebrates Its 35th Anniversary of Being a Publicly Traded Company by Ringing The Nasdaq Stock Market Opening Bell

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By Kyle Babcock | Published: April 2022


WSFS celebrated its 35th year of being a publicly traded company with Chairman, President and CEO Rodger Levenson, joined by members of the executive leadership team, Associates and friends of WSFS, ringing The Nasdaq Stock Market Opening Bell.

While this event marks the 35th year WSFS has been listed as a public company on the exchange, its history dates back nearly 200 years thanks to the hard work, dedication and commitment of its Associates to WSFS’ mission of We Stand For Service.

Watch the Bell Ringing Ceremony below.

Photo and video credit: Nasdaq

About the Author – Kyle Babcock
Kyle Babcock is Integrated Communications Strategist at WSFS Bank. He has more than eight years of experience in product and professional services marketing, communications and advertising.


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