At the close of business on August 24, 1903, Farmers State Bank in Davey, Nebraska recorded its first day of deposits of $12,000. Over the next 120 years, trusted relationships were built, partnerships were forged, and that small institution grew into what is the locally owned Cornhusker Bank today. To celebrate this century-plus journey, the bank held a week-long customer appreciation event from August 19-25.
The week began with a free document shredding day on Saturday, August 19 in the parking lot at the 84th & O St Bank Center location in Lincoln. Each day there was something special occurring to thank customers at all locations. The bank had refreshments, gifts and some surprises for customers while wrapping up the week with a free lunch on Friday.
What sets Cornhusker Bank apart is a long-term commitment to attention to the little things in customer relationships. These little things are the big things that matter so much. Chairman John Dittman shared, “From humble beginnings to now being among the 25 largest Nebraska based banks in asset size, we’re blessed with many great relationships from those who place their trust in us.”
Cornhusker Bank remains locally owned, built on trust, integrity and a commitment to the community. For more information visit www.CornhuskerBank.com