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Bank with Locals

Monday, August 29, 2022

Why We Feel It Is Important That You Hear From Local Customers

At Century Next Bank, we recently launched a new campaign: “Bank with Locals.” The campaign is unique in that not only will you hear from our employees, but you will also hear first-hand accounts from our customers of why banking with locals is important to them.  You won’t hear the typical bank testimonial, but more of an emphasis on how our local bank has made an impact in the lives of those living and working in our community.  At the end of the day, the services we provide grow into relationships with you - our customer.

Taylor Jopling and Jo Gilliland, owners of Tribe31 Training based in West Monroe, Louisiana, describe what a difference it makes to have skilled bankers they can work with face-to-face or easily reach on the phone in a time of need.  “Century Next Bank came into the picture because we actually had a gym member who worked at the bank that came in and worked out with us every day. She wanted to help us start our business, where we didn’t even know where to begin,” says Taylor Jopling.  Jo Gilliland shares that she and other bank team members have continued to work side-by-side with them to grow their business.

Farmer Jorge Mondragon from Crossett, Arkansas, explains how establishing a solid relationship with local bankers can help with meeting urgent needs quickly. He says, “Banking with locals is important because of the relationships when you know somebody. They have helped me when I’m in a bind, for example, if I have a tractor break down or need something right away, I know they are there for me.

Here at Century Next Bank, the community serves as the cornerstone of our bank’s mission as we invest in the people and businesses that make our region so special. A great way to truly get to know what a local bank can offer is to hear directly from other people who live and work in the area. We look forward to working with you, our neighbors, to meet your needs today and in all the days to come. 

To hear more stories from individuals and businesses that count on Century Next Bank, visit www.bankwithlocals.com

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Two women, Taylor and Jo of Tribe 31 Training, are seated on a couch and quoted saying "They make everything so easy. We 100 percent trust them with our finances!" 

 





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