02/08/2021: The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton offers relief to PNC Bank customers in St. Marys
ST. MARYS, PA, February 8, 2021 – The Farmer’s National Bank of Emlenton has announced that new customers who open a personal account at their St. Marys location can receive up to $150 in financial incentives.* Farmers customers who refer previous PNC customers to the bank will receive $25 in additional deposits for each referral who opens and funds an account.*
In January 2021, PNC Financial Services Group Inc., announced the closure of over 39 branches across the country, stemming from the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Included in those closings is the St. Marys location, which is expected to close in March of 2021.
“The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton has proudly served our St. Marys community for more than seven years and we are looking forward to serving those who need us in light of the PNC closure,” said Shawn Goldthread, Branch Manager at Farmers National Bank.
The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton has been part of the St. Marys community since 2013 and has provided services to both Retail and Business customers in the area. The bank intends to acquire customers from the PNC closure through their commitment to local patrons.
“When customers open a bank account at Farmers, they are reinvesting in their community. We want to ensure that all of our customers, new and existing, feel welcomed and valued,” said Goldthread.
The Farmers National Bank St. Marys location is now accepting new customers. To open an account, please schedule an appointment on their website or by calling (844) 834-1634.
*Certain restrictions apply. Member FDIC. Please see customer service representative for details.
ABOUT FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF EMLENTON
The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is a community bank founded in 1900 in Emlenton, PA. With 20 local offices located in ten counties across Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and has provided customers with retail and business banking solutions to fit their needs for the past 120 years. To learn more, visit farmersnb.com.