CB&T Unveils Commitment to Community Focus as Part of New “CBTcares” Campaign
(Lander, Wyo.) – Central Bank & Trust, known for their enthusiasm for philanthropic work, announced the launch of their new “#CBTcares” campaign today at their headquarters in Lander.
The campaign will kick off in 2018 with a Community Service Project, benefitting the Lander ARC Project. Details will be announced next week.
CB&T has been a passionate driver in the areas they serve since its foundation was set in 1890.
“We’re excited to take our commitment a step further with this campaign,” explained Ashlee Kintzler, Chief Marketing Officer for Central Bank & Trust. “We predict a shift in 2018 that will benefit our state and our local communities on a whole new level.”
“As a community bank, CB&T has a responsibility to contribute back to the wellbeing of all the locations in which we do business, and this campaign is designed with that responsibility in mind,” Kintzler added.
“With there being an influx in online banking and with the presence of more community banks turning over to corporate management in Wyoming, it is important for us to circle our support back into small business, non-profits, service clubs, and fundraisers put on by the people who continue supporting our local economies,” said Kintzler.
Continued support in programs like these will continue into 2018:
- Christmas Angel Tree
- Lander Community Center
- Alpha Recreation Center
- Lander Chamber and Visitor Center
- ICF Art Crawl
- Community Entry Services
- Hot Springs FFA and 4-H
- Riverton Branch Library
- Lander Children’s Museum
- TEDx Events
- Wyoming PBS
- Shop Local Lander
- Light Up Lander Festival & Food Drive
- Wind River Cougar Sports
- Kiwanis Service Clubs
- Rotary Service Clubs
- Lander Swim Team
- Fremont County Alliance Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
- Cheyenne Board of Real Estate
- Cheyenne Theater
- Thermopolis Senior Center
Learn more about #CBTcares and their investment in the communities they serve.
This campaign is the start to reinventing CB&T’s story. They’re looking forward to the impact it may have on the state!