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    September 25, 2022
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Community Bank Continues to Serve and Lead Regional Small Businesses OPEN Who are our small businesses? Ac- tive, vibrant downtown bustling with restaurants, shops, and unique experiences; family sustaining jobs, right here at home; companies that support community activities, youth sports teams, and donate to local. non-profits. Those are just some of the characteristics of small business- es and Community Bank has made a bold move to support, develop, and encourage success in our local small business community. The new Small Business Banking Division of Community Bank was created in June. Already, three sea- soned professionals bring over 70 years of combined experience to the team working for small busi- nesses in the tri-state area. "Small businesses are traditionally underserved by many banks and our desire was to create a separate division to provide the service and support that these businesses need" said Ron Manges, Com- munity Bank's Director of Business Banking. "The entire design of how we service small businesses was created with the business- es in mind. Speed, accessibility, and straight answers are usually where banks fall short, and we want to change that." Activity in the new division has started off brisk, mainly focused on providing financing for projects both large and small. In addition to lending, the offerings include deposit accounts and cash manage- ment services. In addition, work is currently in progress to offer advanced online and mobile business banking services and other new products that businesses need to operate in today's fast paced and mobile environment. ALL BUSINESS IS PERSONAL. IT'S TIME TO GET TO KNOW YOUR TEAM. "Our entire Bank is working through a strate- gic operational change to become tech-for- ward and people-centric organization. What that means to a business is that we will have the technology, fraud prevention and cash management products that they need as well as the local, personal relationship to serve them", said Alan Bicker, EVP, Chief Con- OPENING HOURS MON-FRI am-3pm SAT-SUN 8am-4pm sumer Officer of Community Bank. "Our motivating drive is to provide a superior client experience and that requires having the technology to allow a business to bank when they want, how they want and where they want. We are quickly moving toward that reality." In addition to the investment in new products, services and people, Community Bank remains deep- ly committed to the communities that it serves. "Small businesses are a key component to the success or failure of our communities. When a business leaves a community, a void is created. We view it as part of our mission to make sure our local busi- nesses are growing and successful, keeping our communities thriving as well" said Manges. He believes sometimes businesses neglect their relationship with bankers until they have an immedi- ate need. "If you don't have a professional banker in your toolbox, you are missing a valuable component in the management of your business", said Manges. "Just like planting a tree, the best time to establish a relationship is now. Having an established relationship with a banker that understands your business is an insurance policy for the future." For over 121 years, Community Bank has been partnering with local small businesses and the commitment to the new banking team is a testament to their dedication. Contact the team today to start your relationship and be ready for the future, together. For more information, call us at 888-223-8099 or visit communitybank.info/smallbusiness Sponsored content brought to you by ch Community Bank Member FDIC W LENDER Community Bank Continues to Serve and Lead Regional Small Businesses OPEN Who are our small businesses ? Ac tive , vibrant downtown bustling with restaurants , shops , and unique experiences ; family sustaining jobs , right here at home ; companies that support community activities , youth sports teams , and donate to local . non - profits . Those are just some of the characteristics of small business es and Community Bank has made a bold move to support , develop , and encourage success in our local small business community . The new Small Business Banking Division of Community Bank was created in June . Already , three sea soned professionals bring over 70 years of combined experience to the team working for small busi nesses in the tri - state area . " Small businesses are traditionally underserved by many banks and our desire was to create a separate division to provide the service and support that these businesses need " said Ron Manges , Com munity Bank's Director of Business Banking . " The entire design of how we service small businesses was created with the business es in mind . Speed , accessibility , and straight answers are usually where banks fall short , and we want to change that . " Activity in the new division has started off brisk , mainly focused on providing financing for projects both large and small . In addition to lending , the offerings include deposit accounts and cash manage ment services . In addition , work is currently in progress to offer advanced online and mobile business banking services and other new products that businesses need to operate in today's fast paced and mobile environment . ALL BUSINESS IS PERSONAL . IT'S TIME TO GET TO KNOW YOUR TEAM . " Our entire Bank is working through a strate gic operational change to become tech - for ward and people - centric organization . What that means to a business is that we will have the technology , fraud prevention and cash management products that they need as well as the local , personal relationship to serve them " , said Alan Bicker , EVP , Chief Con OPENING HOURS MON - FRI am - 3pm SAT - SUN 8 am-4pm sumer Officer of Community Bank . " Our motivating drive is to provide a superior client experience and that requires having the technology to allow a business to bank when they want , how they want and where they want . We are quickly moving toward that reality . " In addition to the investment in new products , services and people , Community Bank remains deep ly committed to the communities that it serves . " Small businesses are a key component to the success or failure of our communities . When a business leaves a community , a void is created . We view it as part of our mission to make sure our local busi nesses are growing and successful , keeping our communities thriving as well " said Manges . He believes sometimes businesses neglect their relationship with bankers until they have an immedi ate need . " If you don't have a professional banker in your toolbox , you are missing a valuable component in the management of your business " , said Manges . " Just like planting a tree , the best time to establish a relationship is now . Having an established relationship with a banker that understands your business is an insurance policy for the future . " For over 121 years , Community Bank has been partnering with local small businesses and the commitment to the new banking team is a testament to their dedication . Contact the team today to start your relationship and be ready for the future , together . For more information , call us at 888-223-8099 or visit communitybank.info/smallbusiness Sponsored content brought to you by ch Community Bank Member FDIC W LENDER