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The Bank of Kentucky Presents First Hometown Business of the Month Award to Crescent Springs Hardware

Crestview Hills, June 4, 2014; The Bank of Kentucky is proud to introduce their new award, “Hometown Business of the Month”.  This award is presented to a local business nominated and selected by a team of Bank of Kentucky employees who evaluate bank clients who exemplify being a “hometown” business.  The Bank of Kentucky started from humble beginnings in a trailer on KY18 in Florence, KY and understands the challenges that small businesses encounter as they grow.  The Bank is proud to introduce this new program and honor not only its valued business customers, but also a valued hometown business.

The “Hometown Business of the Month” award for June will be presented to Crescent Springs Hardware on Wednesday, June 4th at 1:00 p.m. at their location, 2460 Anderson Road, Crescent Springs, Kentucky.  Crescent Springs Hardware has been a locally owned and family operated business for over 41 years.  Rose Wilson, Owner, has strong roots in Northern Kentucky and has been a longtime, dedicated customer of The Bank of Kentucky. 

“We are excited to launch this new award spotlighting a local business customer,” says Mark Exterkamp, Executive Vice President of Retail Banking. “It gives us the opportunity to champion local businesses along with thanking them for their loyalty to The Bank of Kentucky.” 

For more information about this award or The Bank of Kentucky, contact Katie Enzweiler, Marketing Specialist at 859-372-2333 or knenzweiler@bankofky.com.

                                                                                                                                    

About The Bank of Kentucky:
The Bank of Kentucky offers banking and related financial services to both individuals and business customers.  The Bank operates 32 branch locations and over 50 ATMs located throughout the region in Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Grant, Gallatin, Pendleton, and Hamilton County.



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