CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Huntington Bank customers in need of some fast cash will soon have 88 more nonbranch ATM locations to visit across the state, the bank announced Wednesday.
The new ATMs will be placed in 88 different Go-Mart gas stations throughout West Virginia.
The bank's expansion into Go-Marts quadruples the number of nonbranch Huntington ATMs in the state, according to the company. The new ATMs are in addition to the 31 Huntington branches and 53 Huntington ATMs already in West Virginia.
"Go-Mart is a well respected retailer and the No. 1 gas provider in the state," Huntington Bank President Andrew Paterno said in a news release. "Our customers will be able to use these ATMs at no charge, giving them added convenience as they stop at a Go-Mart for groceries and gas."
All 88 machines are expected to be placed by mid-March.