Advantage Bank In Your Community
We are proud to be an active part of the Eastern Oklahoma County Community!
Check Back Here To See Pictures Of Advantage Bank And Staff
Involved In Different Events!
Advantage Bank employees, friends and family participated in the 27th
Annual Renaissance Run in Midwest City on September 21, 2013.
For the seventh year in a row, Advantage Bank won the Community Spirit
Award for the most participation in the Renaissance Run!
Teachers in the Harrah Public Schools were treated to a chance to win
one of 6 Advantage Bank donated Piggy Banks packaged with school
supplies and even some cash included to help buy more, at the Teacher
Welcome Breakfast on August 8th at Harrah High School. Advantage Bank
staff members Kaela Kennedy (pictured) and Cindy Van Kley greeted the
teachers to welcome them back to school.
Members of the Eastern Oklahoma County Tourism Board gathered at a
recent monthly lunch meeting to discuss promoting the facilities,
businesses and events of the towns they represent. Representatives from
Harrah, Spencer, Midwest City, Luther and Jones were present at the
table, including Advantage Bank Public Relations Representative Cindy
Van Kley, second from right.
Advantage Bank was one of the sponsors of the City of Spencer's Annual
Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, March 29th in the area of McCoy Walk Trail behind
Spencer City Hall.
There were activities and prizes for all Spencer children who attended.
Fortunately, the predicted rain held off to favor the event with perfect
Spencer City Councilman Carolyn Harris has, for the past 4 years,
organized the annual Spencer Easter Egg Hunt, which also included free
snow cones for all and a free bounce castle. All the candy, eggs, prizes
and services were donated by local vendors, businesses and individuals
for the benefit of the entire Spencer community.
New Spencer Postmaster Barbara Price with a sign and poster, provided by
Advantage Bank, commemorating her arrival and the 110th Anniversary of
the establishment February 25, 1903 of the Spencer Post Office.
Members of the Spencer Historical Society and Spencer Post Office
patrons celebrated both 110th Birthday of the Spencer Post Office and a
Welcome to the newest Postmaster, Barbara Price, on
February 25th in the Post Office lobby. Refreshments were provided by
the Society, and photo albums from the Spencer Museum of the city's
historic past were on display for browsing, with members on hand to
Winners of the Winter 2013 BUG Awards accepted bicycles from community
sponsors Advantage Bank and Memory Stones LLC on January 16th at Spencer
Elementary School. The program is a project of the Midwest City Kiwanis
Club working with community partners in the Spencer Chamber of Commerce.
From left: Gary Egbert of Memory Stones with girls' bike winner Faith
Corley, Randy Smith of Advantage Bank with boys' bike winner DeVante