Celebrate with Us!
April 1, 2013



April is Community Banking Month, and Community State Bank along with members of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) are celebrating the vital role that community banks serve in the economic, civic and cultural life of their communities in cities and towns throughout America. 

"Community banks work tirelessly each and everyday to serve the needs of their customers and reinvest in their Main Street communities," said Community State Bank Assistant Vice President Jeff Nielsen. "Our nation's nearly 7,000 community banks provide the vital resources their customers need, which in turn, make their communities a better place to work and live. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and Community Banking Month gives Community State Bank and other community banks like ours a chance to thank our customers and the communities we proudly serve."

"Each year Community Banking Month gives us the opportunity to honor our community and our customers," Community State Bank President, Steve Bell said. "We are proud to be part of the economic engine that drives our local economy, and pleased to provide our customers with the personalized customer service and local expertise that only a community bank can provide." 

Have some refreshments on us - every Friday in April!
Thousands of community banks recognize Community Banking Month in a variety of ways. At Community State Bank, for the entire month of April, we invite you to stop at any one of our locations to say hello and have some refreshments (every Friday). Come and see the community banking difference, and let us show you why so many people put their trust in Community State Bank.

Community State Bank will also be holding a Free Shredding Day on Saturday, May 4, 2013. The event gives individuals and businesses in the community an opportunity to safely and securely destroy sensitive documents. Watch for more details 

About the ICBA
ICBA member community banks employ nearly 300,000 people in more than 20,000 locations in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and two U.S. territories. Of the 7,000 community banks in America, nearly 5,000 are ICBA members.