12/10/2018: Mount Airy Branch Participated in the “Veterans Park 2018 Holiday in the Park”

Our Mount Airy branch participated in the “Veterans Park 2018 Holiday in the Park” and was named this year’s “5 Star General” due to our generosity, participation in the event and Christmas display, appropriately themed, “Home for the Holidays.” According to Branch Manager Stefany Shaw, “Holiday in the Park” is an event where businesses throughout Surry County […]

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12/06/2018: Carter Bank & Trust receives 2018 Outstanding New Member Award

The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce recently awarded our Blacksburg, Christianburg and Market Place branches its 2018 Outstanding New Member Award in recognition of our employees, who participated in many Chamber and community activities throughout the year. Pictured accepting this honor are (left to right) Joe Ranalli, branch manager of Marketplace branch, and Jason Hardy, commercial market executive of the […]

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11/27/2018: Roanoke City School Board recognizes Carter Bank & Trust

The Roanoke City School Board recently recognized Carter Bank & Trust representatives from the First National Region for the donation as Gold Sponsor for the Breakfast with Santa at William Fleming High School.   This was the third consecutive year the STAR Council (Students Take Action in Roanoke) held a pancake breakfast.  The donation was made […]

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10/27/2018: Carter Bank & Trust participates in the Dollars & Sense Reality Fair

Employees of Carter Bank & Trust in the Martinsville area participated in the annual Dollars & Sense Reality Fair at New College Institute in Martinsville, Va. on October 25 – 26, 2018  The Dollars & Sense Reality Fair teaches high school students how to better manage their money by showing them what items actually cost […]

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09/17/2018: Liberty University names athletic tower in honor of Worth Harris Carter, Jr.

On September 1, 2018, during Liberty University’s opening football game of the season, which also was Carter Night, the game paused to pay tribute to our founder, Worth Harris Carter, Jr., “in appreciation of his love and generous support of Liberty University and Liberty Flames Athletics.” This tribute included the formal announcement of naming Liberty […]

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