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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 […]Continue Reading..
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 […]Continue Reading..
Carter Bank was a corporate sponsor of a tornado relief fundraising event held at Windy Hill Farm in Monroe, Virginia, on June 30, July 21 and Aug. 11. A tornado devastated the Elon area of Madison Heights, Virginia, in April, causing a great deal of property damage and displacing numerous families from their homes. The […]Continue Reading..
Carter Bank & Trust’s opens a new Customer Contact Center in Martinsville. This center is one of our several strategies designed to enhance customer service. Staffed with 10 customer contact specialists, the center will receive all inbound general banking and account-specific questions from customers across the bank’s 106 branch locations in Virginia and North Carolina. […]Continue Reading..
Pictured are (left to right) Jessica Delgado, David Wood, Terri Woody, Jackie Hughes, Heather Wyatt, Liz Kuykendall, Andrew Hudson and Terri Stutz. United Way of Henry County & Martinsville unveiled a new award, the Worth H. Carter Jr. Legacy Award, at its Annual Meeting recently. According to United Way, “This award will not be presented every year, as […]Continue Reading..