More Local Banking Options: Pinnacle Bank Expands to Deer Valley

20180405_171207.jpg

Pinnacle Bank opened its doors in its newest location earlier this month. 

The bank now has three locations around the state. One in North Scottsdale, one in the Camelback Corridor and now one in Deer Valley near Deer Valley Road and 19th Avenue. The Bank has also announced a fourth location to open later this year in the Valley.

Pinnacle Bank was formed in 2005 by a group of eager businessmen to provide local businesses with a community bank they could trust. Pinnacle Bank is now the top small business lender in the State of Arizona, according to Branch Manager Justine Bibb.

 Pinnacle Bank joined Local First Arizona once again at their annual Community Banking Month meet and greet at The Newton this April. 

Pinnacle Bank joined Local First Arizona once again at their annual Community Banking Month meet and greet at The Newton this April. 

Local banking is investing in a bank that has a vested interest in its local community by investing in small businesses in the community with loans. 

With customers ranging from Gadzooks Enchiladas and Soup to George Brazil, the bank prides itself in investing in the small businesses around the community by providing loans that in turn help the local economy grow. 

When you put money on deposit with us we are able to create more loans for local businesses and individuals.
— Justine Bibb, Pinnacle Bank

The bank offers mobile capabilities including e-bill, person to person transfer, and more. 

“We are a full-service bank offering products to consumers and businesses alike,” Bibb said. “When you call the bank, you will find that the person you start your call with is generally the person you will end your call with, and have all of your questions answered.”

There are so many reasons to bank locally, what are yours? Learn more about moving your money to a local bank or credit union at localfirstaz.com/banking/