US Bank

US Bank is one of two banks in Connell. Serving customers as a bank location for 40+ years it has been a branch of US Bank for 25+ years. The Connell branch offers their customers online banking, personal/business accounts, loans, mortgages, private banking, wealth management investments, debit and credit cards, a convenient drive through, and a 24/7 outdoor ATM.

Connell branch Manager, Teresa Steele, has been at US Bank for 3 ½ years and just celebrated 1 year as Branch Manager. There are 4 other full-time employees at Connell, who are all from the local area. They are excited to now offer free Wi-Fi to their customers inside the bank. US Bank is working on expanding and improving their technology – online and in apps for ease of customer banking. One goal Teresa stated was “We want to build our community and build within the community, offering as many options to them to meet their needs.”

Years ago, the motivation to bring US Bank to Connell, as there was only 1 other bank in town at the time, was they wanted to be closer to their existing rural customers and to offer additional banking options to the other demographics in the community. US Bank offers everyone excellent customer service, opportunities to expand personally or as a business, and with a small town feel they like to “know” their customers so that they can help and best serve them. US Bank is also very involved in the community – they have staff volunteer days throughout the year as well as hosting the Senior Graduation BBQ for students from Connell, Kahlotus and Palouse Junction.

Currently, US Bank has a special offer on personal loans this summer (ends in early September). Throughout the year, they also have holiday customer contests, and 5th Friday Funday – where treats/snacks are set out and served to customers. As always, they have candy and dog treats, too, for those who come in or go through the drive through.

US Bank has supported the various Chamber of Commerce events and community events for years, as well as helping other groups in the community. US Bank is open Monday – Thursday from 9:30-5:00pm and Fridays 9:30-6:00pm. Located at 800 South Columbia Ave, right off Hwy 395 and Hwy 260. Go in and visit about how they can help you with your money and banking needs or call 509-234-9781.

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