When asked to identify the quintessential ingredient that makes community banking special, we do not hesitate to answer “relationships.” And it has never been more apparent than over the past year when we’ve reached out to the community during the coronavirus pandemic to communicate that the bank was open for business and ready to serve in an hour of need.
It is what we have always done at The Farmers Bank where our focuses exclusively remain on delivering the products and services our customers want, while our local roots and accountability ensure our interests remain tied to our neighbors here in Sumner and Robertson County.
At The Farmers Bank, we work with our customers to help them realize their financial dreams, whether opening a business, purchasing a home, or planning for retirement. And we nurture our community by donating time and money to important causes and contributing tax dollars that help maintain local municipalities—all of which help keep local neighborhoods viable and vibrant.
We work hard to stay attuned to the needs of this community and relevant to our customers by remaining on their corner and in their corner. This dedication to creating healthy, strong communities has helped the community banking industry flourish and maintained our well-earned reputation as true relationship lenders. Here are the facts:
But it is not just about stats. When customers contact The Farmers Bank, they are greeted by a talented team member who is attuned to their needs and empowered to act on their behalf.
And when our employees log volunteer hours in support of community organizations or when The Farmers Bank contributes to local schools and local events, we are working toward our goal to ensure economic prosperity for the community we call home.
In an era where bigger is not always better, high-tech does not necessarily equate to high touch, and what we think of as “normal” is in flux. We at The Farmers Bank pledge to never lose sight of the all-important “relationship” and the personalized service our customers expect. It has been integral to our success for 110 years and is how we will continue to build a legacy that endures.