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|Thursday, May 20, 2010|
Umpqua opened a new location this week in Portland's Sellwood neighborhood: a small location with free Internet, warm drinks and local artist's wares.
The store is the seventh of its kind opened by Umpqua, in hopes to increase branch traffic in an age of online banking.
Read the whole story at OregonLive.com.
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