TFNB’s IBAT award recognized in Bankers Digest

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TFNB Your Bank for Life recognized by Bankers Digest.

Bankers Digest, a publication that’s been in production since 1942, recognized TFNB Your Bank for Life’s recent Independent Bankers Association of Texas (IBAT) awards and distinctions. Here’s an excerpt from the article on their website:

This is the 29th year that IBAT has celebrated the outstanding accomplishments of Texas community banks with the BOCB Award. Community banks, such as TFNB, play a critical role in their local communities. The Best of Community Banking competition is designed to honor banks for their commitment to helping their customers, employees, neighbors and community. BOCB Awards recognize community banks throughout the state for their innovation, creativity and success in fulfilling a specific community or internal need. Each submission received a gold, silver or bronze award in one of five categories: bank culture, community service, financial literacy, marketing and architectural design.

The TFNB/Charity Champions initiative has recognized 43 nonprofits in its first seven seasons. Through different media outlets, digital channels, social media and Baylor athletic events, each Champion has visibility to more than 500,000 people. Additionally, the nonprofits receive fully produced videos, commercials and podcasts by the TFNB creative team. Lastly, all past and present Champions receive world-class leadership and development training throughout the year from TFNB partner 360 Solutions

“TFNB loves Central Texas and understands that it’s people who matter the most,” says David Littlewood, TFNB president and CEO. “It was our mission to establish an ongoing way to lift up and give back to our community. Charity Champions has been built around those ideals and from our perspective, we’re just getting started!”

Learn More about the “Best of Show” award.

To read more about the Gold Eagle and “Best of Show” award, please read the full article on their website. To learn more about the Charity Champions program, please visit the website.

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