International Bank is now InBank! 101st Birthday Celebration

 

It’s official! International Bank is now InBank! We are excited to introduce the InBank name to you today as it truly represents our rich history, our vision for the future and is a modern interpretation of inclusion and the entrepreneurial spirit that Mr. Joe DiLisio founded the Bank on in 1918.

Beginning today, you will see our new look throughout our branches, in and around the community and online. At the same time, you can expect the same personalized service and exceptional customer care from our associates that truly exemplifies our mission and values.

We invite you to join us tomorrow, April 9th, at the following locations to celebrate the Bank’s 101st birthday and ring in the next 100 years.

Raton 11am-3pm
Trinidad 3pm-5pm
Cimarron 10am-3pm
Springer 10am-2pm
Angel Fire 11am-3pm

As always, thank you again for the opportunity to serve you and we look forward to this next chapter with gratitude and excitement!

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