South Dakota Banks Make a Difference in Our Communities

South Dakota Banks Make a Difference in Our CommunitiesSouth Dakota Banks Make a Difference in Our CommunitiesThe SDBA unveiled the latest results of its Banks Make a Difference Project during its State Legislative Day on Feb. 8, 2017, in Pierre. Copies of the promotional handout were provided to all attendees and to all state legislators. Copies will also be mailed to all member banks and branches.

Each January, the SDBA surveys its member banks and collects data on the importance of banks to their local communities and to the state as a whole. The annual project demonstrates that banks are great corporate citizens and serve as “stewards” of their communities and the state in ways beyond routine banking services.

The document is a great tool that banks can use to promote all of the things they do for their communities. Banks are encouraged to use the document in their promotional efforts, make copies as needed and link the document on their websites. Download a high resolution copy for printing.

If you have questions about the survey or if you need the handout in a different format, contact Alisa DeMers, SDBA, at 800.726.7322 or 605.224.1653.

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