Customers recently received letters in the mail about our new website, nbc.bank, which launches in May, and our efforts to provide the best service to you for online banking. Read in detail about those changes at http://www.nbcokonline.com/home/community/newsite.
NBC Oklahoma’s revitalized identity at our eight bank locations is part of an overall rebranding project. The biggest change customers will notice is the more vibrant color palette that better represents our up-to-date approach and attitude.
The bank didn’t make the decision lightly – it’s Oklahoma owned by the same people, serves the same communities, with the same friendly faces and the same commitment to customers' banking needs plus a little more. NBC Oklahoma wanted an image that represented how it was unique and what customers see as the differences.
“Banking is a dynamic industry,” says H.K. Hatcher, president. “Just like our customers look different than they did 20 years ago, so does NBC Oklahoma.”
Updating our visual identity allows us to provide consistency to those we serve in all of our locations across the state. That’s important to our customers – they can easily recognize the NBC name in any of the towns they visit across the state.
NBC Oklahoma employees and customers have raised $50,000 to support Hope Lodge, a residential facility that houses, at no cost, cancer patients and their families.
The lodge will be used by all hospitals and will be located next to the Stephenson Cancer Center at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center near downtown Oklahoma City. It will be a home-like setting with 45 rooms for patients and their caregivers who travel 50 miles or more from home to seek their treatment. Amenities include shared resources like kitchen, laundry and recreation areas as well as a sanctuary for spiritual needs.
NBC Oklahoma pledged $50,000 and employees and customers donated generously to the effort. Our employees have been touched by cancer and recognized how the Hope Lodge will provide comfort and support for cancer patients and their families during a very stressful time.
This will be the first Hope Lodge in Oklahoma and the 32nd Hope Lodge built and managed in the U.S. by the American Cancer Society.
NBC Oklahoma has relocated to a new location in Tulsa that is more convenient and closer to its customers. Our new location at 8120 S Yale Avenue is a full service bank near high growth areas of Tulsa.
The new location features a commercial drive-thru, two drive-thru lanes, a drive-thru ATM lane, night deposit drop, safe deposit boxes and coin counter. Lobby hours for the new location are Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drive-thru hours are Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to noon.
“Tulsa is growing and NBC Oklahoma has customers who are part of that momentum,” says H.K. Hatcher, president. “We identified areas of high growth and found a location that made sense for our bank.”
We invite you to stop by, see the new location and meet our staff.
NBC Oklahoma's Altus location was recognized by the Oklahoma Main Street Center at the 26th annual Main Street Awards Banquet at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.
The Altus Wigwam was awarded the Best Public Improvement Project. The Wigwam is an art gallery and public event space built from the ground up and opened in 2014 on the original site of the historic Wigwam theatre. The building façade replicates the historic 1920 structure.
Ken Fergeson, NBC Oklahoma chairman, was awarded the Main Street Hero Award for his work with the Main Street program and his vision for the NBC Oklahoma renovations in Altus.
"These award entries showcase the creativity that abounds in each Main Street community toward increasing the revenue and promoting a positive image of each historic business district in the program," said Linda Barnett, Oklahoma Main Street Center director. "Every year we say that is gets more competitive. This year is no exception. We are always excited to highlight these outstanding events, promotions, businesses and designs to the rest of the state."
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