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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY HAS LED TO LESS FOOT TRAFFIC IN RURAL BRANCHES

By Nate Gonner 8/13/2013

               THE REGIONAL PRESIDENT FOR THE GREAT WESTERN BANK BRANCHES IN NEBRASKA SAYS ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE FUTURE CLOSING OF NINE BANK BRANCHES ACROSS THE STATE.

 

              GREAT WESTERN’S BRIAN KINDOPP SAY HE STARTED NOTIFING CUSTOMERS AND BANK EMPLOYEES OF THE MOVES IN MID JUNE, AFTER STUDING THE ISSUE OVER A NINE MONTH PERIOD.

 

              KINDOPP SAYS ADVANCES IN TECHOLOGY HAVE SLOWED BANK TRAFFIC IN RURAL BANK BRANCHES.

 

              KINDOPP AUDIO:

 

              THE BRANCHES FROM THE KNCY LISTENING AREA THAT WILL BE CLOSING INCLUDE THE BRANCHES IN AUBURN, TECUMSEH, AND HUMBOLDT.

 

               THE CLOSING WILL HAPPEN IN THE MIDDLE OF SEPTEMBER.

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