Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Bank of North Carolina consolidating four Blue Ridge branches

The Bank of North Carolina announced Wednesday that it's closing four of its newly acquired Blue Ridge Savings Bank branches. One of them is in Gaston County.

The Thomasville-based bank took over 10 Blue Ridge Savings Bank branches when that bank was closed by the FDIC in October.

The four branches to be closed are in Stanley, Fletcher, West Asheville and Greer, S.C.

Bank of North Carolina has branches in Concord, Harrisburg and Mooresville.


David P. McKnight said...

Won't there by any more branches left to serve communities in the Blue Ridge Mountains?

larrydpowell said...

You ever wonder why we don't call bankers gamblers, because gamblers use their own money! bankers on the other hand use our money.... funny isn't it!