More Than $2500 Donated to Help Hurricane Victims

Americana Community Bank, with the help of their customers and employees, raise over $2500 for Hurricane Sandy disaster relief.
Dec. 4, 2012 - PRLog -- Chanhassen, MN — Americana Community Bank (ACB) has a strong history of supporting the communities in which they’re located, both financially and with employee volunteers.  With the Hurricane Sandy disaster on the east coast of the US, their generosity, along with that of their customers and employees, expanded its borders.

On Nov 28, ACB President, Adam Dittrich, and ACB Sleepy Eye Senior Vice President, Brad Mathiowetz, presented Sandy Radloff, of the New Ulm Chapter of the American Red Cross, with a check in the amount of $2534.33.

ACB had challenged the public, customers, and employees to donate as they were able, pledging to match up to $1000 in donations to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy.  ACB employees and customers exceeded expectations and donated a total of $1534.33 to the cause.

ACB management and employees would like to extend their thanks to the customers and members of our communities who contributed to the fund.

2012 Maple Grove Patch “Best Of” winner, Americana Community Bank (ACB) is a full-service community bank providing down-to-earth consumer and commercial financial services in Sleepy Eye, Chanhassen, Maple Grove and Minnetonka, Minn. Chartered in 1881 as The State Bank of Sleepy Eye, ACB has actively participated in and supported the communities it serves for more than 130 years. Adam Dittrich, ACB President/CEO, was named a Rising Star Banker by North-Western Financial Review in July 2012.
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