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Rick Lerner: BankAnnapolis

Feb 07, 2012 12:35AM ● Published by Anonymous

More than 20 years ago, BankAnnapolis opened its doors with the vision of delivering exceptional customer service and easy, hassle-free banking to the local community. You’ll always find dedicated, knowledgeable people willing to listen and assist you with any of your banking needs.

What sets BankAnnapolis apart?

BankAnnapolis is locally owned and locally managed. We know our customers and our customers know us. That’s why important decisions such as loan approvals aren’t made by computers, but by local people who take more than just “the numbers” into account.

BankAnnapolis is truly involved in this community. We live and work here, and share the desire to make good things happen. We support dozens of local charitable organizations and community events, and our employees regularly give their time and energy by volunteering year-round.

How does banking with a local bank help the community?

Whenever you bank locally, it makes it possible for banks like us to do a lot of good things in our community, starting with making credit available to local small businesses, homeowners, and consumers. We safeguard your deposits and make loans to your neighbors, which helps our community grow. In addition, your support enables us to dedicate a significant portion of our budget every year to giving back to the community through charitable donations and volunteer efforts.

Our commitment to the community

The central tenet of our community banking philosophy is: what’s good for our customers and our community is also good for business. We’re deeply committed to building stronger communities, revitalizing the local economy, and supporting homegrown charitable organizations and causes.

We invite you to come into one of our branches and get to know us.

Rick Lerner, Chairman & CEO
BankAnnapolis
1000 Bestgate Road, Annapolis, MD 21401
410-224-4455 • www.bankannapolis.com

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