CNB Celebrates Earth Day with Recycle-O-Rama Event

Jessica Gliha and Jessie Soto of Commerce National Bank present Angie Leonard, Operation Feed Campaign Coordinator at MidOhio Foodbank with proceeds from CNB’s Recycle-O-Rama Event for this year’s Operation Feed Campaign taking place officially during the month of June.COLUMBUS, Ohio - In honor of Earth Day, Commerce National Bank recently hosted its fourth annual Recycle-O-Rama event.  We were able to collect over 30 coats and can

Donations benefit Portland food bank

PORTLAND, Ind. - Portland employees of First Merchants Bank recently supported Girl Scout Troop 3047 of Jay County in “Scouting for Food 2013.” Employees donated a variety of food items as well as financial donations. The troop will be delivering all the food donations to the Helping Hands Food Bank in Portland.

For more information about the food bank and information on how to donate, call 260.726.9318.
 

Commerce Volunteers Help Bring Smiles

CNB volunteers partner with Fixari Family Dental to provide dental services for freeCOLUMBUS, Ohio - Fixari Dental’s second annual free dentistry day, aimed at providing support to adult patients who are otherwise unable to afford dental care, was held Friday, April 5.  That day, customers were offered one free service: an extraction,

Commerce National Bank featured in new book by best-selling author

Mark SanbornCOLUMBUS, Ohio - Commerce National Bank has been profiled in a new book by leadership expert Mark Sanborn, author of New York Times best seller The Fred Factor and CNB’s speaker for their 2012 Spring Seminar & Network Fair.

Fred 2.0: New Ideas on How to Keep Delivering Extraordinary Results, was released this month. Says Jennifer Griffith of Commerce National Bank:

Phishing Text Message - ALERT To Customers

Criminals have been adding phishing phone calls and phishing text messaging to their methods of stealing your personal information. They are sending unexpected communications that state there is some sort of problem with your account. Then they instruct you to provide your personal information. This should not be trusted.

Jack Demaree Receives Spirit of Muncie Award

MUNCIE, Ind. - Jack Demaree has been named the recipient of the 2013 Al Rent Spirit of Muncie Award, awarded by the Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Thursday, March 14, 2013 at the Chamber Champions awards luncheon.

CNB Named 'Best Employer' Three Years Running

Best Employers in Ohio logoCOLUMBUS, Ohio - Commerce National Bank was recently named as one of the 2013 Best Employers in Ohio, the third year in a row the bank has been named to the list.  The 2013 Best Employers in Ohio list is made up of 38 companies.

Insurance Group Named 'Preferred Agency Partner'

MUNCIE, Ind. - First Merchants Insurance Group of Muncie, Indiana has earned the distinction of “Preferred Agency Partner” from Western Reserve Group Insurance Company.

First Merchants Insurance Group, an independent insurance agency, has represented Western Reserve Group, a property/casualty insurance company of Wooster, Ohio since March 2000.

The designation of “Preferred Agency Partner” is awarded to those agencies which have achieved superior results with Western Reserve Group through sound business practices, professional advice, and superior service.

First Merchants Employees Give to Decatur Food Pantry

First Merchants' Dean Fuelling presents a check to John and Myra McCullough to benefit St. Mark's United Methodist Church Food Pantry.DECATUR, Ind. - First Merchants Bank employees in Decatur recently took up a collection of $100 for the St. Mark's United Methodist Church Food Pantry, enough to provide a week’s worth of food to more than 40 people.

Bank Donates Coin to Benefit Adams County Youth Organization

Ben Liechty, Dave Hill, and Dean Fuelling show off the American Silver Eagle coin, to be auctioned off to benefit Youth for Christ.DECATUR, Ind. - First Merchants Bank recently donated an American Silver Eagle dollar coin to be auctioned off at the Adams/Wells County Youth for Christ Auction, scheduled for 8 a.m. Saturday, March 2.

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