Worland, WY (June 7, 2018)
ANB Bank will undergo a major construction project for its Worland Banking Center in June. The project will start with the demolition of their current bank building at 700 Big Horn Avenue. While the demolition takes place, the bank will continue to operate, servicing customers through their existing drive-up and a temporary bank unit that will be located in the bank's existing parking lot. Once the existing bank building is demolished, construction will begin on a new 3,600 sq. ft. ANB Bank building in the same spot. The bank is working with GH Phipps Construction Companies of Wyoming to complete this major project.
The new banking center will be an open concept design, featuring two entrances, a spacious new lobby, safe deposit boxes, an attached two-lane drive-up with a 24-Hour ATM and an easily-accessible parking lot. When open, the bank will continue to provide a full line of banking services to meet Worland's personal and business banking needs.
In 2018, ANB will celebrate a 108-year history serving Worland with its legacy bank, Stockgrowers State Bank. "We value our history and are looking forward to enhancing our customers' banking experience as we grow with the Worland community. The new bank exemplifies the bank's commitment to invest in the community and serve its financial needs, plus provide our customers with the highest-level of personalized service they deserve," said Duane Whitlock, community bank president.
Across the ANB footprint, the Bank has 30 banking centers serving customers in Wyoming, Colorado, and the Kansas City 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. The Bank ranks in the top 6% of banks nationwide by size. ANB is a true community bank with an unwavering commitment to excellence. It helps each of its communities prosper through investments, sponsorships, philanthropy and employee volunteerism. It is a passion ANB has for banking that makes the difference.