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Wilson Bank & Trust Business Before Hours and Ribbon Cutting

Wilson Bank & Trust hosted Business Before Hours and a Ribbon Cutting at the Main Office, located on the Historic Castle Heights Campus, Friday, May 17. The Ribbon Cutting ceremony, for the newly renovated building, was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Guests had the chance to tour the facility, network with staff and community members, and celebrate this exciting milestone. CEO John McDearman III and Senior VP & Regional President Curt Baker, introduced guests to the many contributors responsible for the renovation and the Bank’s continued success. The impressive renovation, led by Jack Bell Builders, included a modern design, Wilson County memorabilia, and a state-of-the-art café.

Over 37 years ago, Wilson Bank & Trust was founded by a group of local business leaders alongside the founding CEO, Randall Clemons. The first location was a small house in Lebanon. Since then, the bank has opened 29 offices, including the Main Office and neighboring Operations Center. In a world of bank mergers and acquisitions driven by the bottom line, Wilson Bank & Trust remains focused on serving the community. As your local, independent bank, Wilson Bank & Trust takes a personal approach to business by providing customized banking needs while staying committed to serving communities across Middle Tennessee.

Pictured with Wilson Bank & Trust CEO John McDearman III are stakeholders, staff and community members. City of Lebanon Mayor Rick Bell, Lebanon Wilson County President & CEO Melanie Minter, VP Membership & Finance Andrea Wilke, Chamber Ambassadors, and representatives.

The Wilson Bank & Trust Main Office is located at 623 W Main St, Lebanon, TN 37087

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Edward Jones Financial Advisor: Lyn Williams

Business Before Hours is a networking event that provides a relaxed way for members of the Chamber to connect with one another. Member organizations may host these events, which bring together an average of 50-100 people, to showcase their facilities.

Business Before Hours included several door prizes provided by Wilson Bank & Trust, and as always, the Chamber Pot drawing. All Chamber members are entered into the Pot to be drawn during the event. You must be present to win. If the first person is not present, we will draw a second time for half the original value. If the second person is not present, the value goes up $25 for the NEXT Business Before or After Hours. 

The May 17 Chamber Pot was valued at $375. The first name drawn by Daniel Sampson, Assistant Vice President – Loan Officer, was The White Room. Unfortunately, no representatives were present. Farm Bureau Exposition Center was drawn second, but no one was present to claim. We look forward to seeing everyone at our next Business Before/After Hours, where the Chamber Pot will increase to $400! Remember, you must be present to win!


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