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As larger financial institutions closed or consolidated in Orange County over the past few years, we saw there was a demand for what we at Rhinebeck Bank do best – supply individuals, families and businesses with a wide selection of banking and lending solutions, and support them with the right technology and our hallmark superior customer service. (… and you thought you left “Supply and Demand” back in your Introduction to Economics class from years ago.)
With so many places to put your money, it is hard to decide which institution is the best match for your banking needs. We all have different criteria we look for when choosing a bank. Are there adequate services? Are the customers treated well? Does the institution have a strong online presence? What rates are offered? Here are three lessons learned when choosing to establish a relationship with a local community bank.
I’m always out and about in public and often get recognized as “the face” of Rhinebeck Bank’s weekly talk show, “Wake Up with Rhinebeck Bank.” The show features community leaders, business owners, and heads of local non-profits, while sharing information that educates the public about our local area and banking.
As a community bank with deep roots in the Mid-Hudson Valley, we understand the importance of investing in the future of local communities, especially in areas where rehabilitation or redevelopment is greatly needed.
Rhinebeck is one of the more lively towns in the Hudson Valley, with cute local shops, amazing restaurants and cobblestone streets to walk down, you can make a day our of your next bank visit.
When living in such a gorgeous location like the Hudson Valley, you should always take some time to enjoy the scenery and get involved with some fun activities for every season. Now that winter’s here, it’s time to go out, enjoy the snow, and get into some holiday activities!
Here we are again! The holiday season is upon us, and for most of us that means family, food, and shopping! And quite a lot of it. It seems that each year those Black Friday special deals are promoted earlier and earlier, so much so that you can’t even keep track of when to get what.
About a week ago, I had the opportunity to help our Human Resource Department at a local college career fair for students. With the original expectation that conversations would be geared around salary ranges, scheduling, or benefits, I was quite surprised to find out that they were actually more often centered around students being “just curious” because they were not sure what they wanted to do upon graduation, or asking me “Well, why do you like to work at Rhinebeck Bank?” It was at that point I recalled talking to Rhinebeck Bank at the start of my own career, also being introduced at a college fair and thinking the very same thing - younger adults do not know exactly what they want.
They help those that may not be able to help themselves. Whether its related to human services, education, housing, economic development, or any other number of worthwhile causes, nonprofits advocate on behalf of them in the hopes of improving communities throughout the Hudson Valley and beyond. These include public and private organizations, chambers of commerce and numerous other civic entities.
At Rhinebeck Bank, we’re thrilled to be Your Community Bank! We’re your local neighbors and friends who pride ourselves in serving you right in the area where we all live. Working for a community bank has so many benefits, including seeing our customers and small businesses in the Hudson Valley prosper firsthand! Constantly growing, Rhinebeck Bank is personally tied to the community; and with our growth we always strive to provide you with outstanding personal customer service combined with today’s advances in banking! You may have heard about us and what we have to offer, but here are a few things that you may not know about Rhinebeck Bank: