Pinnacle Bank vows to help customers and communities affected by coronavirus
March 26, 2020
Wyoming has announced they are actively implementing plans to assist customers economically impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic.
“Pinnacle Bank was founded during the Great Depression to fulfill community needs during a tough time,” said Doug Weedin, CEO and President.
“Today, as our customers and communities face uncertain times, we want everyone to know we are prepared to help. We will work with customers to provide the financial breathing room needed to survive these unanticipated challenges.”
Pinnacle Bank will arrange to defer consumer and small business loan payments for those facing financial hardship due to COVID-19. In addition, the bank is working closely with the Small Business Administration to facilitate low-interest federal disaster loans to all those affected.
“Our employees are reaching out to our business customers, assuring them we will weather this storm together. We encourage our customers to contact us if they have concerns or questions,” stated Weedin.
“We have a long history of being an unwavering partner to our communities – this will never change – and these communities we call home are comprised of strong, resilient people we proudly stand behind.”