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The Mortgage Division hosted its second Meet & Greet on June 18, 2019, at Beaver Creek, our corporate headquarters, to celebrate its one year anniversary. About 30 local realtors and business owners attended this networking event. This was a great evening and a great way for the group to network with local realtors and business […]Continue Reading..
On Monday, June 17, 2019, a cross functional group from our bank visited with Greensboro, North Carolina, Mayor Nancy Vaughn. The group had a full agenda and was eager to share our story and our immediate goals in Greensboro. According to Kim Simon, Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn seemed impressed with our strong presence and receptive to learning more about our […]Continue Reading..
Carter Bank & Trust was a proud sponsor of the 21st Annual Clinch River Days Festival held from May 30 – June 1, 2019. Thanks to the St. Paul branch for participating in the festival this year to get the Carter Bank name out there.Attendees visited the booth where associates shared information on all the new products […]Continue Reading..
Our Lincolnton branch was well represented at the Lincolnton, North Carolina, annual Community Awareness Fair, a time for residents to come together to learn more about community services, while enjoying good music, food and camaraderie. We promoted the importance of financial awareness.Continue Reading..
Representing our Morgantown branch during the Burke County, North Carolina Career Day on May 2, 2019, Sherry Young (left) and Deborah McGhee did a stellar job informing students from four area high schools about careers in banking and opportunities at Carter Bank & Trust. Numerous companies from the region participated. According to Sherry and Deborah, […]Continue Reading..