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Community First Bank Of Indiana Celebrates Opening Of New Meridian North Banking Center

Community First Bank of Indiana (CFB) is pleased to announce that its newest banking center at 93rd & Meridian in Indianapolis is now open.

“While many banks have been closing doors and moving away from in-person banking services, CFB is committed to keeping outstanding customer service, local decision-making, and relationship-building at its core. I encourage the community to hear stories of these principles come to life at www.CFBindiana.com/testimonials,” said Romhaad Davis, Business Banking Center Manager.

Since its local founding in Indiana in 2003, Community First Bank’s steady growth has been attributed to overwhelming support for the vision of its unique way to do banking in its communities – a bank that is locally owned, locally governed and staffed with experienced bankers.

President & CEO Robb Blume said, “We are tremendously excited to be opening our first full-service banking facility in Indianapolis and our fourth new office in the surrounding area since 2019. We look forward to serving the citizens of Marion County and Hamilton County, as an independent community bank, for many years to come.”

In addition to personal banking and lending, Community First Bank offers a full range of business checking and savings accounts, commercial loans, SBA-guaranteed loan solutions, and treasury management services. This location will have both lobby and drive-thru banking, as well as a 24/7 ATM.

The banking center opened on Tuesday, February 1 at 9333 North Meridian Street, Suite 125, Indianapolis (which once housed a Regions bank).

The public Grand Opening celebration and Ribbon Cutting with the Indy Chamber and OneZone Chamber will be held in May. “We are looking forward to partnering with local businesses, nonprofits, and the Chambers to host a fun event to welcome the community in to meet our team and see our new banking center. We just want to be sure we’re doing it in a safe way and, in light of the current surge of the pandemic, we’re going to hold off a bit on a large group gathering. In the meantime, I invite community members to stop by at their convenience. I can be contacted at (317) 966-5245 and would be glad to set up meetings as well,” said Davis.

Community First Bank (CFB) was chartered in 2003 in Kokomo, Indiana where it currently has three branches in Kokomo, two branches in Westfield, a branch in Indianapolis, and a branch and loan production office in Noblesville. Additional information can be found at www.CFBIndiana.com. MEMBER FDIC, Equal Housing Lender