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    Still time to Go Local for the Holidays!

    Dec 22, 2015

    Still have a few items left on your holiday shopping list? Don’t panic – you can still find last minute gifts for the pickiest people on your list at a locally owned and operated small business.

    Many small businesses that are owned by your very own neighbors offer exceptional products and services that are unique to your area. A lot of these one-of-a-kind items that can only be found in person at local stores make for great gifts year-round – even for that hard to please mother-in-law or particular niece!

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    What is your favorite local purchase you’ve made this holiday season? Tell us here, on Facebook or Twitter by using the hashtag #GoLocalHolidays.

    Want to find out more about ICBA’s Go Local initiative and how community banks support local small business throughout the year? Visit www.icba.org/golocal.

    Go Local Wednesday

    Dec 16, 2015

    Need to find the perfect ugly sweater or want treat the kids to dinner out? Plan to shop or dine local TODAY to celebrate Go Local Wednesday!

    Today, ICBA employees, community bankers and consumers from across the nation will visit locally owned and operated small businesses and restaurants to support community entrepreneurs. Share your photos with us at @ICBA on Twitter and use the hashtag #GoLocal.

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    Can’t get enough of shopping, dining and banking locally? You don’t have to limit yourself to just today! ICBA will continue to host Go Local Wednesday on the third Wednesday of every month throughout the year.

    Want to find out more about ICBA’s Go Local initiative and how community banks support local small business throughout the year? Visit www.icba.org/golocal.

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Community Bankers: Difference Makers 

Community Bankers: Difference Makers

Although April is Community Banking Month, we see Community Banks and their employees giving back and making a difference all year long. Take a look at just some of the many examples of how community banks impact their communities! 

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