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FNB Bank Celebrates Opening of Newest Branch in Oxford Commons

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FNB Bank invites the community to the Grand Opening Celebration of its newest branch on Monday, October 7, 2019. The event will be held from 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the FNB Sisk Avenue Branch located in the Oxford Commons. Radio station Q105 will broadcast live on location. Attendees are invited to enjoy hamburgers, hotdogs, and a special candy buffet. The Sno Biz truck will join the festivities serving up cold treats beginning at 1:30 p.m. According to CEO Johnny Barrett, “FNB is excited to be a part of the Oxford Commons community, and we are delighted to be able to celebrate the opening of our newest full-service branch with our customers and the public.”

Conveniently located off of Highway 7 and Sisk Avenue, the new location (700 Sisk Avenue) serves as a gateway to Oxford’s growing East side. Barrett continues, “We hope the community will visit us during our Grand Opening to tour the branch as well as meet the wonderful and experienced staff at Sisk Avenue. At FNB, banking is not just a financial transaction. It is an opportunity for us to forge long-lasting relationships with our customers. As a community bank, we are thankful for our many customers throughout the years who have contributed to our success. With the opening of our newest branch FNB looks forward to growing new relationships and opportunities, as we continue to be Oxford’s Friendly Neighborhood Bank.” Deposit Officer Melanie Thompson comments, “Our Sisk Avenue Branch is a wonderful location that offers customers a full-service banking experience.”

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