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SNB Contributes to County Development

GREENVILLE – Second National Bank has once again contributed to Darke County’s public-private economic development effort, Partnering for Progress. SNB has been a great supporter of the initiative since its inception in 2008. To date, no other financial institution has contributed as much to P4P as Second National Bank has overall, or in any given year. This support goes above and beyond just the financial aspect as officers of SNB have been a part of the Darke County CIC Board and advisory committees, as well as being a consistent participant in P4P events.

From the 5-29-16 edition of The Early Bird

GREENVILLE – Second National Bank has once again contributed to Darke County’s public-private economic development effort, Partnering for Progress.  SNB has been a great supporter of the initiative since its inception in 2008.  To date, no other financial institution has contributed as much to P4P as Second National Bank has overall, or in any given year.  This support goes above and beyond just the financial aspect as officers of SNB have been a part of the Darke County CIC Board and advisory committees, as well as being a consistent participant in P4P events.

“Partnering for Progress supports the entire Darke County community and beyond.  The jobs created through its business partnerships and the training provided through its workforce development programs have the potential to impact everyone in the community,” stated President and CEO of Second National Bank, John Swallow. This is the kind of widespread initiative that we plan to continue to support.”

According to the Economic Development Office, the P4P initiative has worked with local businesses to help create or retain almost 2,000 jobs (mostly in the manufacturing sector) since 2010.  It has also assisted with recent major business expansions such as Whirlpool, Midmark, FRAM, PolyOne, and Jafe Decorating.  P4P also works to lay the infrastructure for future growth through its workforce development efforts, land and building development, and regional partnerships.  For more information on Partnering for Progress, please call the Economic Development Office at 548-3250.

PHOTO CAPTION: John Swallow (left), president and CEO of Second National Bank, is shown with Dave Keiser, president of the Community Improvement Corporation.

SNB Contribution 2016