Locally owned community bank wins recognition with hard work and enthusiasm.
Memphis, TN, August 26, 2016– First Alliance Bank has been selected as the Best Bank in the Memphis Most competition. Hunt Campbell, president of First Alliance Bank said, “We are both excited and humbled by this recognition. The support of our customers, stockholders, employees, and friends has shown that a locally owned and operated community bank here in the greater Memphis area can create a level of enthusiasm that is positive, productive and contagious. While we are so grateful, we also realize that this type of recognition must be earned again tomorrow, and we intend to work to that end as we build a culture that produces meaningful relationships and increased investment right here in this community that we call home.”
Each year, The Commercial Appeal releases a list of the best of Memphis consisting of several categories across various industries. The final winners are chosen by the readers of The Commercial Appeal and are forever recorded as winners in the annual Memphis Most.
Mr. Campbell added, “Our people have worked hard for our clients and been very supportive of each other along the way. The Directors and I are very proud of their efforts being recognized by the Memphis Most process”.
Orphanos Foundation, a Memphis-based charity organization that supports orphanages in 18 struggling countries, sent our John May over the edge and down the outside of the Raymond James building in Memphis. FAB employees and customers supported John in this effort and helped raise funds for Orphanos.
FAB staff enjoyed the opportunity to volunteer at the Farm & Gin Show.
We had a great time supporting Sawyers & Jacobs LLC in their 2nd Annual Bank Bowl to Support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
First Alliance Bank staff and members of the community had the honor to judge door decorating contests at local schools.
First Alliance Bank did a ‘Pink Out’ during the month of October to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Customers and FAB Staff raised money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.