If you’re looking for all the amenities of a big bank with the attention to customer service of a smaller bank, then look no further than Sunflower Bank. According to Brad Alexander, Retail Manager II/Consumer Business Banker, “Sunflower Bank provides old school banking with new school technology.” Customers have access to state of the art services but with the added bonus of meticulous attention to building relationships and making customers feel like a priority.
Sunflower Bank is a family owned institution founded in Salina, Kansas in 1892 as Farmers National Bank. It has been growing ever since with 34 locations in three states. Sunflower Bank expanded into Colorado in 2001 with branches in Denver, Cherry Creek, Longmont, Pueblo, Monte Vista, and Canyon City with another branch soon to open in Boulder.
Customer service is a priority as is community involvement. Alexander affirms, “Sunflower bank is community oriented with a special focus on schools and health care.” This commitment to community is exemplified in their low key marketing approach. No giant billboards or noisy commercials instead their growth is achieved through networking and relationships. (He notes that the Greater Glendale Chamber of Commerce has been a valuable partner.)
Alexander and Sunflower Bank have been supportive of Chamber events and causes recently hosting an event catered by Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream. It was the perfect partnership since Sunflower Bank is now offering a free ice cream maker with every new account just in time for summer!
For more information contact Sunflower Bank online at www.sunflowerbank.com or 303-389-2611
Source material provided by The Glendale Cherry Creek Chronicle