Life in a Small Town

Posted on February 15, 2011. Filed under: Dave Radue |

In today’s busy world, people try to become involved in their communities, but life sometimes gets in the way.  In smaller towns, that ‘life’ is their community.  If you work and live in a small town, you are doing all these activities with friends, maybe relatives and customers that live next door.  It is not unusual to sometimes see three generations active in their community.  You treat them with respect because even though you may be at a sporting event discussing your children, you know the next day they may in your office discussing their business. 

Denmark State Bank runs its business like a small town.  You hear ads every day that say “we want to call our customers by their first name” or “when you call the bank you will talk to a real person”.  These are not new concepts to the employees of Denmark State Bank.  We have been doing that for 102 years.  Customers have the right to feel important to their banker.  They have the right to be called by their name and feel welcome whenever they walk into a branch.  That’s what a community is all about.


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