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Marquette Bank Observes National Community Banking Month in AprilNeighborhood bank shares benefits of community banking and launches effort to encourage residents to bank locally
Orland Park, IL (April 1, 2013) – Marquette Bank, a locally-owned neighborhood bank, is observing National Community Banking Month by continuing an effort to support the grassroots movement of banking with smaller local banks. The bank will host “Switch to Neighborhood Banking” events at all 23 locations on the third Saturday of each month to promote the benefits of community banking for the remainder of the year. Marquette Bank’s ultimate goal is to raise awareness about the vital role local banks play in the lives of their customers and communities. “People are making the switch to community bank because they see the positive impact it has on the local community and for their overall banking experience,” Betty Kosky-Harn, Executive Vice President, said. “Community banks keep their money in the neighboring area and help support the financial needs of local families and businesses.”
Below are seven benefits of banking at a community bank:
For more details about Marquette Bank or “Switch to Neighborhood Banking Day,” please call 1-888-254-9500 or visit www.lovewhereyoubank.com. About National Community Banking Month: National Community Banking Month was created by the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), an organization that represents nearly 5,000 community banks of all sizes and charter types throughout the United States. The month-long celebration will also include: ICBA’s “I Love My Community Bank” campaign where someone will win $500 for sharing why they love their community bank. For more information on ICBA’s “I Love My Community Bank” campaign and how to enter for a chance to win $500, visit www.ilovemycommunitybank.com.
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