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  • Legends Goes Green
    • Legends Bank is well on its way to becoming a more environmentally friendly place to work and do business. On Tuesday, March 19th, 2013, Clarksville-Montgomery County officials, including City Mayor Kim McMillan and County Mayor Carolyn Bowers, took part in the official “green” ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the bank’s accomplishments.


      It’s all part of the Clarksville-Montgomery County (CMC) Green Certification Program, the county’s environmental initiative. “We’ve already started going paperless whenever possible, replaced incandescent light bulbs and we’re becoming more aware of energy and water efficiency practices,” said Britney Campbell, vice president of marketing and public relations, who along with Bob Palmer, vice president, branch sales administration, spearheaded the bank’s efforts and participated in the program’s workshops to gain the CMC green certification.


      Legends is taking a team-approach exploring ways to make even more “green” improvements over the next several months. “It’s been great to see how our employees have embraced the change over time and are beginning to come up with ideas to make their departments more environmentally friendly,” said Legends’ Chairman and CEO, Billy Atkins. “It has been a total bank effort. And it also happens to be good for business.”


      For more information about the Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certification Program, visit their website www.mcgtn.org/green.

  • Legends Bank wins Ben C. Parks Award for 4th year!
    • Legends Bank’s giving power is a great example of what it means to be an Active Community Investor. On May 19th, Legends was received the prestigious Ben C. Parks award for the 4th consecutive year at United Way's annual celebration. The award is given to the business with best overall fundraising campaign. Other qualifications include acheiving a 95% or greater employee giving potential, an increase in total giving, number of volunteers, and leadership donors. Also businesses being considered must have run a campaign for more than 3 years. Individuals receiving honors included Legends' campaign leader and Human Resources Assistant, Kathleen Hayes. She was awarded Volunteer of the Year.


      Each year, individual branches create their own theme for the bank's United Way campaign. A costume contest, cook-offs, and pumpkin sales are just some of the many activities that employees participated in to help boost their giving totals and demonstrate their team cohesiveness. Remarkably, Legends Bank reached 102% of their possible giving potential for 2013-2014! Click here to view The Leaf-Chronicle's article and photos from the 2014 United Way All-Star Campaign Celebration.


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