Buffalo, WY (July 5, 2018)
To further enhance the customer experience, ANB Bank is investing in its Buffalo Banking Center. The project is just beginning and is expected to be completed by the end of 2018. GH Phipps is heading the remodel for the redesigned banking center, located at 99 S. Main Street. The bank will continue to be open for business and provide a full line of commercial and personal banking services to its customers during the construction.
When the approximate $1.5 million project is complete, the remodeled Banking Center will feature improvements inside and out. The bank interior will receive a spacious new open-concept lobby with a check writing station, while the exterior will feature a new, modern look and include updated drive-up lanes, fresh paint throughout. The new ANB Bank Building will encompass approximately 4,000-square-feet.
"We value the extended community that is all of Johnson County and value our customers beyond the County borders and are excited to invest in this renovation to enhance the service we provide," said Steve Reimann, community bank president of ANB Bank. "We have been serving this community since 1906, and will continue to support our customers by following our philosophy of providing full-service banking, high-level, personalized service and true, local community banking. These basic principles as our foundation will carry ANB Bank into the future at this location, and our other locations in Wyoming."
Across the ANB footprint, the bank has 30 banking centers serving customers in Wyoming, Colorado and the Kansas City, Kansas metro area. Its parent company, Sturm Financial Group, Inc. is headquartered in Denver Colorado and has financial strength embodied in over $2.6 billion in assets. ANB Bank ranks in the top 6% of banks nationwide by size and is a true community bank with an unwavering commitment to excellence. The bank helps each of its communities prosper through investment, sponsorship, philanthropy, and employee volunteerism. It is a passion ANB has for banking that makes the difference.