By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Financial Services | Issue: July 2009
Seana Murray and Joey Nelson of RCB Bank will be on hand for the July 1 opening of the new Bank at the Box in the Wal-Mart SuperCenter in Claremore.
RCB Bank proudly announces the opening of its 20th branch in Oklahoma. The new “RCB Bank at the Box” is located inside the Claremore Wal-Mart SuperCenter. It offers full service, anytime banking open to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Bank at the Box is full of new technology unrivaled by many other Oklahoma banks. A full-service ATM processes average ATM functions plus added amenities such as the ability to deposit checks and cash directly into checking, business checking or savings accounts. This enhanced ATM helps balance your deposit and gives you a receipt complete with check images.
“The benefits to the new technology are countless,” said Joey Nelson, RCB Bank at the Box manager. “Business owners who close after normal banking hours will now be able to make deposits any time of day or night rather than carrying around large amounts of money or checks until the next business day. And there are no deposit slips to fill out.”
Other features of RCB Bank at the Box include online banking and a touch screen computer linked to the RCB Bank website. Any customer with online banking enrollment can quickly check balances, make transfers, pay bills and much more.
Any customer interested in making application for a variety of loans can now go to www.rcbbank.com or head to the Bank at the Box location, where you will be assisted in selecting a mortgage lender, obtaining specific rate information, and setting email specifications to receive special alerts when mortgage rates reach certain percentages.
The RCB Bank at the Box location is staffed Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Staff members help customers with any consumer product that RCB Bank offers, schedule appointments with lenders, and open new accounts.
“In an effort to answer customers’ requests to offer new innovations and extended banking hours, we have chosen the Claremore Wal-Mart as our testing ground for this new format,” said Ron Reiser, RCB Bank president. “Our corporate headquarters are located in Claremore,” added Assistant Vice President of Marketing Seana Murray, “and we wanted to introduce the newest banking technologies in our own backyard.”
A grand opening for the new RCB Bank at the Box will be held Monday, August 10. Plans include refreshments, promotional giveaways, games for kids, and tours of the new facility, with RCB professionals on hand to show off their leading-edge banking innovations. Other grand opening events will take place each day throughout the week, giving customers and visitors the opportunity to win prizes and enjoy fun activities.
RCB Bank recognizes the importance of offering convenient, bundled services with the newest technology. Customers are able to do just about anything at the Box that they traditionally do at other branches. And, they can do their banking around the clock.
One of Oklahoma’s largest banks, RCB has over 18 branches statewide. In its 73rd year, the bank has assets worth over 1.3 billion dollars. RCB has always placed the needs of its customers first and is committed to remaining a true community bank. It was one of the first ten banks in the United States to offer online banking, remote deposit capture, and rewards checking – all of which help make daily banking more convenient.
RCB continues to grow with innovations, including its free Go Green Rewards Checking® plan that helps grow your money with all the modern conveniences you demand. If you meet the requirements, the account currently lets you earn up to 4.10 percent APY each month.
Can a bank be conservative, progressive, and growing at the same time? Yes. That’s RCB Bank.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.