Rockets Over Rhema - Facebook Comment Contest!

Thursday, June 21 at 08:00 AM
Category: Arvest News


Broken Arrow’s Rockets Over Rhema is just around the corner and you could win VIP tickets! Just comment on Facebook with your favorite fireworks and you will be entered to win 4 admission tickets to the VIP tent at Rockets Over Rhema!

The VIP Tent will have free food and drinks. These are not available for purchase to the public, so it is very exclusive opportunity! 

Two winners will be chosen at random and contacted on June 25th.

 

Disclosure: Winners chosen at random, open to the public, associates and immediate family are not eligible. 

Facebook Post: Rockets Over Rhema Comment Contest

Event Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1735189096572305/

Rockets Over Rhema Website: http://www.rocketsoverrhema.com/

 

Arvest Bank Announces Phipps Hiring

Thursday, June 14 at 11:00 AM
Category: Arvest News


Arvest Bank is pleased to announce the hiring of Doug Phipps.

Phipps, who has more than 17 years of industry experience, will serve as a commercial lender for the Joplin region, but Lamar and Golden City in particular. In that role, he will generate, evaluate and approve commercial loans, among other duties.

Phipps earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing at Missouri Southern State University. He is a board member for the Lamar Metro Club, among other civic endeavors. Phipps and his wife, Misty, have one son. They are members of Pathways United Methodist Church.

Tags: Arvest, Joplin
 

Arvest Provides More than 2.1 Million Meals

Wednesday, June 13 at 12:00 PM
Category: Arvest News

Arvest Bank launched its annual 1 Million Meals initiative to fight hunger in the four-state region the bank serves two months ago. Today, the bank announced that with the help of customers and community members, it has exceeded the campaign goal by raising a record total of 2,114,630 meals in the fight against hunger.


Launched in 2011, Arvest’s 1 Million Meals campaigns have raised an eight-year total of 13,600,098 meals, which includes more than $2.3 million in funds given directly to the bank’s dozens of local food partners.

This year’s campaign total of 2,114,630 meals was made possible through donations from the bank, Arvest associates, customers and community members through fundraisers, events and nonperishable food drives in all Arvest branches throughout April and May. With summer here, the success of the campaign is especially meaningful because many schoolchildren will be without the meals they ordinarily receive at school.

The bank’s decision to provide one million meals was based on the fact hunger is an issue in every community it serves. In 2016, more than 12 percent of American households surveyed were food-insecure, meaning they lacked access to enough food for an active, healthy lifestyle for all household members.

Tags: 1 Million Meals, Arvest
 

Arvest Bank Promotes Grindle

Monday, June 04 at 09:00 AM
Category: Arvest News

Arvest Bank is pleased to announce that Linda Grindle has been promoted to the position of community lender.


Grindle most recently worked as a financial sales representative at Arvest. In her new role, she will focus on providing mortgage and consumer loan products, including home equity and construction loans, to both consumers and small businesses.

“We are very excited to have Linda join our team,” Arvest mortgage loan manager Carla Green said. “We know she will do a great job with her background in mortgage lending, as well has her experience with consumer lending.”

Grindle will primarily cover the Kimberling City and Branson West areas.

Tags: Springfield
 

Arvest Bank Adds Callahan and Faciszewski to Board of Directors

Friday, June 01 at 01:00 PM
Category: Arvest News

Arvest Bank is pleased to announce Jared Faciszewski and Amy Callahan have joined its local board of directors in Benton County.


Callahan founded the shopper marketing firm Collective Bias® in 2009, and oversees its operations. With more than 15 years of industry experience, Callahan has been recognized as a Forty Under 40 member by both Arkansas Business and the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal. Additionally, she and Collective Bias have been recognized by Forbes and Inc. magazines.

Among other civic endeavors, Callahan serves as the president of the Rogers Public Education Foundation and is a board member for Community Venture Foundation.

Faciszewski has been a partner at RZC Investments, a Northwest Arkansas-focused direct investment fund, since 2016. Prior to that, he spent two years with the Walton Family Foundation. Faciszewski is a graduate of Colorado College and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

“We are thrilled to add Amy and Jared to our board,” said Craig Rivaldo, Arvest president for Benton County. “Both have expertise and insights that will be invaluable to us here at Arvest. Additionally, they also are active and respected parts of the community here in Northwest Arkansas. There is no doubt they will be strong parts of our team.”

Callahan and Faciszewski are replacing Robert H. Lewis and Janie Darr.

 

 

Tags: Arvest, Bentonville

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