For Immediate Release
Director of Marketing
The Farmers Bank
The Farmers Bank Participates in National Community Banking Month
Frankfort, IN — The Farmers Bank will join community bankers throughout the nation during April to celebrate Community Banking Month. This year, as in the past, community bankers across the state will make a combined effort to discuss with the public the important economic and social contribution their banks make in their hometowns.
As part of this month-long celebration, The Farmers Bank will be celebrating Community Bank Month during the month of April at each of their 9 locations.
"I'm proud to unite with other community bankers across the state and nation to display our dedication to serving our customers, our state, and our country the best way we know how," said Karen I. Miller, President and CEO. "We are proud of our community and we are dedicated to serving our community and the citizens and businesses that reside and operate here."
"Our bank has a different philosophy than larger financial institutions. We are uniquely committed to the local area and our focus lies in helping our community to grow and prosper."
Community banks are independent, and locally owned and operated institutions. About 5,000 community banks across America today are recognized for personalized individual service, low fees, and focus on the local economy.
The Farmers Bank is a $430 million asset organization chartered in 1876 with headquarters in Frankfort, IN. The Farmers Bank is locally owned and operated with 9 banking offices located in Central Indiana providing retail, business, trust & asset management, investment, mortgage, and electronic banking services. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender.