When it comes to banking in the Music City, Regions Bank is playing your song.
In recent years, more companies have discovered what Regions has known all along – that Nashville is an awesome place to live, work, own a business, raise a family, or all of the above. More than that, it’s a diverse and thriving community, and Regions has long been committed to supporting financial inclusion and delivering superior service throughout the city.
The latest example: rebuilding a branch in a community Regions has served for over 55 years. The old facility in North Nashville was destroyed by a tornado. But the bank’s commitment never changed. Recently, Britney Cline, consumer banker for Regions Bank, was a guest on Hippie Radio’s Nashville’s Morning Show.
As part of the radio station’s Nashville Chamber of Commerce spotlight series, Cline shared with popular hosts Pam and Tony why Regions was determined to rebuild in a neighborhood that has meant so much to us over the years. Cline shared the significance of the branch’s location and how the new facility raises the bar in terms of personal service and modern technology.
Cline also highlighted Regions’ newly launched financial education resources for teachers and students, partnerships with Nashville’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and more.
It was a really awesome discussion – one that reflects why Regions Bank is so proud to serve Nashville. Be sure to check out the audio below: