You work hard for your money, and when you are looking for a financial institution, it is important to find one that values you, your time and your hard work.
This is just what you will find at Industry State Bank, a small bank that serves the area of Industry, Texas. Its love of small towns has brought it to New Ulm and Columbus.
"With a motto of 'Traditional Banking That’s Here to Stay,' Industry State Bank strongly believes that small Texas communities still respond very positively to building relationships with a personal touch, just like the good old days," Industry State Bank said.
The mission of this bank is to bring the best and fastest services to small communities with a winsome personality that is sure to win over customers.
Industry State Bank delivers savings, checking, CDs, IRAs, loans (consumer, commercial, auto, agriculture, real estate), online banking, E-Statements, bill pay, mobile banking, mobile check deposit, and more to its customers. And their loan officers are known for being patient and kind with customers.
Industry State Bank cares about its community and gives back in a number of ways.
"In efforts to help children start thinking about the basics of banking and finance, even at a young age, the bank visits elementary schools and children’s groups during school hours, after school, and even during the summer," Industry State Bank said. "The bank also sponsors financial education programs, typically geared toward kindergarten through fifth grade age groups, for the Boys and Girls Club of America in Industry and Columbus."
The bank has donated to Habitat for Humanity, as well as having been a part of a number of other generous giving operations throughout the state of Texas.
If you are looking for a bank that cares about the customer, Industry State Bank is the best you'll find.
"We are a community bank that provides up to date banking services to small communities, and we do this with a personal touch. We take care of our customers and build positive relationships with them," Industry State Bank said.