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Those who bank with Bank of America may have to switch locations for a while as the giant closes some branches in the Tampa Bay Area. Find out which locations are closing.

The announcement came from a company spokesman who confirmed the move came to protect their employees’ “health and well-being”. If you visit here, you can get updated information on each branch. There are 17 Tampa branches listed as ‘closed’ and listed as “This Financial Center has been temporarily closed” on the company’s website. There are also several locations whose lobbies will not open, but the location’s drive thru will be accessible.

Here are the Tampa branches that will be closed:

  • 101 E Kennedy Blvd.
  • 249 S Hyde Park Ave.
  • 337 E Davis Blvd
  • 2700 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
  • 5002 E 10th Ave.
  • 100 N Westshore Blvd.
  • 4825 S Manhattan Ave.
  • 10301 N Dale Mabry Hwy.
  • 1720 E Fowler Ave.
  • 8302 W Hillsborough Ave.
  • 8320 Hanley Rd.
  • 19002 Bruce B Downs Blvd.
  • 5636 Gunn Hwy.
  • 14002 N Dale Mabry Hwy.
  • 15301 Amberly Dr.
  • 7805 Gunn Hwy.
  • 13829 W Hillsborough Ave.

Pinellas County branches that will be closed include:

  • 3000 Enterprise Rd E.
  • 1610 S Missouri Ave.
  • 2200 Belleair Rd.
  • 2600 E Bay Dr.
  • 12046 Indian Rocks Rd.
  • 7500 Gulf Blvd.
  • 220 3rd St S.
  • 2145 34th St N.
  • 5701 38th Ave N.
  • 8181 54th Ave N.
  • 1135 62nd Ave N.
  • 14805 Gulf Blvd.
  • 10200 66th St N.
  • 6801 Seminole Blvd.
  • 985 Pasadena Ave S.

In total, over 60 locations are listed as being temporarily closed. Before you visit your local branch, check to make sure the services you need are open.
[Source: News Channel 8]

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