Central Bank Joins BBBS in Defending Potential

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass (BBBS) is pleased to announce that Central Bank has joined them in defending the potential of hundreds of young people across Central Kentucky.

Central Bank has been a key sponsor of BBBS’ school-plus program for many years. While the program is currently on hold due to the pandemic, Central Bank has continued to partner with BBBS throughout 2020 and 2021 as BBBS explored new ways to serve children through virtual mentoring opportunities and more.

Central Bank is currently celebrating its 75th anniversary. Established in April of 1946, Central Bank was the first bank in Central Kentucky to install a vault (1951), offer Saturday morning hours (1956), and provide drive-through banking facilities (1962) and online ATMs (1978). Today, they remain committed to offering the latest digital conveniences to their customers through online, mobile and phone banking services.

“While we pride ourselves on offering a robust suite of products and services, we are most proud of our reputation for excellent customer service and dedication to personal, relationship banking,” Central Bank Chairman, President & CEO Luther Deaton says. “In the words of our founder, and our owner Joan Kincaid’s father, ‘No one person is responsible for our success. It has been a team effort.’ Joan and I echo Mr. Kincaid’s sentiments as we thank our loyal customers and dedicated employees without which the last 75 years would not have been possible. As we celebrate Central Bank’s 75th anniversary throughout 2021, we hope you will share in our excitement and pride.”

To learn more about Central Bank, visit them online at www.centralbank.com.

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