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RCB Bank and the Edmond Animal Welfare team up to host a Dog Adoption Day at the new RBC Bank branch at 855 W. Covell Rd. this Saturday from 9-noon.
We invite the community to come by and see a variety of dogs currently looking for new homes.
“We’re partial to dogs over here, as anyone who’s seen our ads can attest,” said Jim Gray, RCB Bank Edmond president. “We’re certainly happy to help host the adoption day and I hope we can help some of these dogs find homes.”
Animal Welfare takes care to match a dog’s behavior with the right family’s lifestyle.
Adoptions cost $25 and include spay and neuter, all age appropriate shots and heart worm testing.
“Shelter animals make great pets,” said Captain Niki Smith of Animal Welfare. “Every animal deserves a good home. Anywhere else, you can expect to spend around $200 for a dog with all the shots and testing. Buying a pet from a shelter, you’re pretty much getting them for free.”
View updated pictures of animals available for adoption at http://edmondok.com.
“My experience (adopting a dog from the Shelter) was amazing,” said Karlyn Smith, teller at RCB Bank Edmond. “I got to go in and look at all the dogs. Of course the last one I came across was the cutest little black lab puppy. I I fell in love immediately and had to have her! Lilly is now 10 months and as happy as can be. She fits in perfect with my family and we love her.”
RCB Bank opened three new locations in Edmond this month. New branches are located at 3600 S. Boulevard St., 16461 N. Pennsylvania Ave. and 855 W. Covell Rd. RCB Bank also has a branch at 909 W. Edmond Rd. With the expansion, RCB Bank has a network of 33 locations across Oklahoma and into Kansas, with assets of $2.1 billion.
During opening week, June 29-July 19, anyone who opens a new RCB Bank my CashBack Checking account and activates their debit card, will receive a $25 iTunes or Amazon gift card (their choice) and also be entered to win one of four iPad Mini’s.
All new my CashBack Checking accounts opened at any of the four Edmond, Oklahoma City, Nichols Hills or Stillwater branches from May 1st through the end of this year will earn 4 times the cash back when qualifications are met. That’s 40 cents every time they use their debit card for purchases over $10.
RCB Bank is also giving away a car – a 2012 CNG Honda Civic. Running now through August 31, every time a customer swipes their RCB Bank debit card, they are automatically entered to win. Entry forms are available at all our participating branches. In branch entries are limited to one per person, per branch, per day. No purchase is necessary to win the Honda Civic. See official rules online at www.RCBbank.com under Win a Car.
“We’re the bank that rewards our customers for banking with us,” said Jim Gray, president, RCB Bank Edmond. “We’re excited to expand our footprint in Edmond and we want to celebrate with our customers, who we value and appreciate.”
For additional information, visit www.RCBBank.com, or call 855-BANK-RCB. Like us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on our latest news, products and services.
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