As part of Community Banking Month, Community Bank of Tri-County was proud to join the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and community banks nationwide to highlight our efforts to make our neighborhoods a better place to work and live. Continue reading
The wait is over – our new branch in King George is now open. We are thrilled to have finally opened the branch and officially join the King George community. Our new King George, Virginia branch is as warm and welcoming as it is beautiful. Continue reading
One of the most popular social channels, second only to Facebook, Twitter is a free service where you can connect with friends, companies and celebrities.
Now, Community Bank of Tri-County is on Twitter – are you following us? If you were, you would automatically receive Bank news, security alerts, favorite links and more. We are also sharing some of the people and companies we are following through our ongoing series of “Follow Friday” tweets.
You can follow us on Twitter by checking out the feed on the right hand side of our blog, or by going to Twitter.com/CBTCconnect. (On Facebook? You can find us there too at Facebook.com/CBTCconnects.)
If you’ve visited King George recently, you may have noticed the continued growth of our newest branch.
For those who have ever embarked on a big construction project, you’ll know how much weather can make or break a schedule – So you can imagine how much the unseasonably warm winter has helped us keep construction on track and on schedule!
Our excitement has also been building as we look forward to opening our doors this spring to customers and neighbors alike!
Watch our Facebook Page for updates and be sure to “like” us why you are there.
We are looking forward to opening our doors this spring!
Because Community Bank of Tri-County is a FDIC-insured institution, your qualifying deposits are fully insured by the federal government. But do you know what that means? Or how to determine if all your deposits are covered? Continue reading
Once again, we mark the close of one year and the start of another. Just the thought of starting off with a clean slate kindles “Happy New Year” wishes wherever you go, from everyone you know. Continue reading
Do you have a New Year’s Eve tradition? Perhaps hosting or attending a house party? A neighborhood get-together? Watching the ball drop in Times Square — in person or on TV? A quiet night at home, and early to bed, early to rise? Continue reading
We’d like to send a big “thank you!” to all of our customers and neighbors for their contributions to our food and toy drives. Continue reading