Mayfield bank celebrates grand reopening after December tornado
MAYFIELD, Ky. (KFVS) - A branch of U.S. Bank celebrated its grand reopening after the December tornado.
According to a release from U.S. Bank, on Thursday, April 14, they had a ribbon cutting at 1 p.m. Monetary donations were made to Home and Hope for Kentucky and Rotary Club of Mayfield.
The following day, they invited the community to stop by between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. for a Kona ice truck, balloon artist and more.
The Mayfield branch is located at 406 S. 7th Street.
“I am thrilled to celebrate this grand re-opening with our Mayfield team and the local community,” said Regional Executive Bill Jones in the news release. “Their perseverance has been inspiring. I am thankful for the many U.S. Bank employees from near and far who provided support to help rebuild so we could continue serving as a financial resource to our customers.”
After the December 10 tornado, U.S. Bank deployed its U.S. Bank Mobile Banking Unit, which includes the features of a brick-and-mortar branch at a smaller scale.
U.S. Bank also donated $25,000 to two nonprofit organizations responding to community needs, Mayfield Community Foundation and the United Way of Southern Kentucky.
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