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Why bank locally?

  1. Your deposits stay local.

    Your deposits are reinvested in ways that drive our local economy, like loans to local residents or small business owners—not in far off, distant mega-projects.

  2. We're the engine behind small businesses.

    Community banks improve America's communities by funding nearly 60 percent of all small businesses under $1 million and by using local dollars to help families build financial security.1

  3. Creating local jobs.

    Together, we drive the local economy and that helps create local jobs.

  4. Convenience. Yes, convenience!

    Online banking and bill pay? Yes. Mobile banking? Yes. Real people that answer the phone? Yes. And did we mention that many of our accounts enjoy unlimited ATM rebates (we don’t charge you to use another bank’s ATM, and if they do, we refund that fee). Some restrictions apply, so click here for more details.

  5. Common sense.

    We’re common sense bankers that follow responsible business practices. No subprime lending. No TARP. No gimmicks or tricks.

  6. We’re your neighbors.

    As a locally-owned small business, we only thrive when our clients and communities do the same, so taking care of you and our communities is what we’re all about.

  7. Local expertise and experience.

    We live and work in the same communities as you do, so we understand the local dynamics of our communities. Plus, all of our banking decision-making is made here locally, not across the country where they may not understand the nuances of our local economy.

  8. Financial strength.

    We’ve survived the Great Depression, world wars, and of course, the most recent “Great Recession.” Need we say more? If so, check out our financial performance.

1Source: Independent Community Bankers of America. www.icba.org