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 409-763-1271 www.htbna.com March 2016
 
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Welcome!

I am pleased to present to you our newest project, the HomeTown Bank E-newsletter. With our 50th Anniversary on the horizon in June 2016, we have plotted a course for the future which includes comprehensive strategic planning and various marketing initiatives, including a redesign of our website.

Our staff consistently strives to improve our online and mobile banking products and services, for your convenience. These modern-day services are constantly growing, and I�d like to be the first to introduce you to the newest way we plan to keep our customers informed by communicating bank updates, including staff anniversaries, new personnel, and even highlights from our most recent community involvement. We�ll also throw in some educational information and even special interest, lifestyle pieces, just to keep things interesting.

At HomeTown Bank, we give top priority to connecting with our customers through a relationship based on personal service. Welcome to our newest way to connect! Enjoy!

Jimmy Rasmussen
President & CEO


Why Small Businesses Need Their Bank
Local banks offer important services to small businesses

There are many necessary ingredients that are part of the recipe for creating a profitable business. A good location, motivated employees and great service are some of the more …

When Is the Best Time to Buy a New Vehicle?
The right timing can help you save big

Buying a new vehicle is probably the second biggest purchase you�ll make in your lifetime, so doing your homework makes sense for many reasons, not the least of which is it could …

Watch Out for These Red Flags to Stay Safe While Shopping Online
Warning signs you should watch out for when shopping online

It is hard to overstate the popularity of online shopping. There is almost no category of product that can't be purchased online. From wedding dresses, to pets and potato chips, …

Small Ways to Save That Add Up
These little things could mean big savings for your business

What business doesn�t wish it could have just a little more money? Running a company is no inexpensive task, and cutting costs is essential to ensuring that you�re gaining profits.…

The Basics of Creating Your First Budget
Take the time and make a basic budget to keep your finances afloat

Are you preparing to graduate? Congratulations on taking the big step of moving out into the real world. The autonomy is a great feeling, but it comes with its share of …

Chalk Walk

HomeTown Bank of Friendswood was so excited to sponsor Marissa Devivar again this year in the 2nd Annual "Chalk Walk" in at Captain's Corner Shopping Center. Marissa is 12 years old and won her age group! Congratulations to the very talented Marissa!
Walk'n Roll

The HomeTown Team had a blast as �Gold� sponsors and race participants at the 2nd annual Walk 'n Roll in October, presented by Harbourview Care Center at South Shore! All proceeds benefitted The Rose Houston.
United Way Week

HomeTown Bank raised over $30,000 in their annual employee campaign week for United Way! The week-long schedule of fun events at all seven branches included bake sales (pictured), costume contests, and even a �Paper, Rock, Scissors� tournament, naming Scott Kusnerik the bank-wide champion!
Galveston County Food Bank

HomeTown Bank staff members Kyle McFatridge, Jacqueline McMahon, Racheal Espinosa, and Markus Galvan volunteered at the Galveston County Food Bank during the holidays along with members of the Westward Street Church of Christ.
Jimmy Rasmussen re-elected to Board of Directors
President Jimmy Rasmussen has been re-elected to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Board of Directors by its member banks, and will serve a three-year term. Congratulations, Jimmy!
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