Branson Bank held its 4th Annual, Earth Day Celebration, as they helped unload and shred over 5,000 lbs. of old financial documents. Branson Bank enlisted the help of Cintas, a document shredding company, and Tantone Industries, a local non-profit, that provides meaningful employment to adults with disabilities, to help facilitate the FREE community event that was held from 11am to 2pm at the Falls Parkway Branson Bank location.
Consumer fraud and identity theft are becoming an epidemic for those in the United States and during their event, Branson Bank staff members made an effort to spread the word about switching to E-Statements, an electronic method of receiving bank statements via a safe and secure online banking connection. By utilizing E-Statements instead of the old, costly, paper statements, you not only help save in paper waste, but you better protect yourself from identity theft and fraud.
“Lending a helping hand to those in the community is our culture at Branson Bank,” said Bill Jones, President at Branson Bank. “We also find it important to promote green initiatives, such as E-Statements, all while utilizing the services of our local businesses such as Tantone Industries and Cintas.”
Branson Bank is a $160 million asset community bank that is a locally owned and controlled, state chartered financial institution, with two locations in Branson and one in Forsyth.
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