February 28, 2014 — Yale, IA: The oldest bank in Guthrie County just got a facelift. Farmers State Bank (FSB) in Yale may be about 100 years old, but it’s trending with online banking, mobile deposit, social media and a brand new look. FSB has replaced the age-old tractor with an Ag based shield. This shield represents FSB’s dedication to new technology, customer service and security. The bank’s new tagline is “Growing Trust. Building Community.”
“Our rebranding initiative parallels our launch of the FSB mobile app. We have been taking strategic steps to make banking easier for our customers. A sharp, new image compliments all of the measures we have taken to become a full service bank to Yale and beyond,” says Doug Hemphill, FSB President. “While we still maintain our experienced, dedicated staff for personalized customer service, we understand that everyday banking doesn’t need to be a time consumer. Online banking, our new mobile app and our social media presence allow patrons more time for life.”
Farmers State Bank offers in-house, online or mobile services for checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit (CDs), individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and agricultural, commercial and personal loans. Check us out on Linkedin, facebook, twitter or youtube for useful financial tips and practices.
Farmers State Bank was founded in 1921 in Yale. Our history runs deep through Guthrie County as we have always focused on being a trusted, resourceful ally to our customers. We are dedicated to supporting and growing our community. For more information, please visit www.yalebankiowa.com or call 641-439-2221.