Anderson Brothers Bank Holds Grand Opening

Anderson Brothers Bank started off their grand opening celebration on Thursday (today) with a ribbon cutting and ceremony in front of their new location at 1006 Hwy 301 N. (beside Auto Zone on Hwy 301 North).
The Dillon office will be Anderson Brothers Bank’s 23rd branch and its second location in Dillon County with the other location in Latta.
The new bank and its employees were warmly welcomed by local officials who were excited that Anderson Brothers decided to expand into the Dillon community.
At this time, food is being served and registration will continue until 4 p.m. with drawing of grand prize, a 15” Saffire Grill.
Anderson Brothers Bank President and Chief Executive Officer David E. Anderson, Chairman of the Board J. Neal Anderson, Marion Region/Vice President Johnny Floyd, and Branch Manager Jackie McKenzie, along with other Anderson Brothers Bank representatives, local dignitaries, representatives from the Dillon County Chamber of Commerce, and others were present.

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Anderson Brothers Bank signifies their continued growth in the Dillon area by kicking off with Grand Opening on June 14. The office will be led by Jackie McKenzie, Office Manager, and Glenn Greene III. The newest location features drive-up teller window, an ATM, and on-site loan officers.
The Grand Opening was a huge success in welcoming the community in to see the location and meet the staff. The turnout was exceptional with an estimate of over 500 attending.
Anderson Brothers Bank currently has a Latta office located at 100 E Main Street, and this new office further solidifies the bank’s presence in Dillon County. “The residents of Dillon County have been very receptive to our personal approach that offers a more enjoyable banking experience.” said Jackie McKenzie, Office Manager for Anderson Brothers Bank.
“This new office will be beneficial to our customers in Dillon County by providing two convenient locations and it represents banking goals of its founder Ernest Anderson to remain a bank of its people.”

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