PNC-branded ATMs are going into 191 Harris Teeter grocery stores in North Carolina and six other Southeastern states.
PNC started adding the ATMs to stores this month and expects to have installation complete by Labor Day.
The ATMs, which will be highly visible at the stores, are another way for the Pittsburgh-based bank to build its brand in the Southeast. It entered the market in March when it bought RBC Bank.
Jim Burzotta, the company's retail banking executive for region, said the ATMs allow PNC to its services throughout the state.
It will place 138 ATMs in Harris Teeters in North and South Carolina, and 53 in stores in Florida, Georgia, Virginia, Maryland and Delaware.
The cash machines will be owned and operated by Cardtronics.