Twelve Associates Awarded President’s Club at First Reliance Bank
February 19, 2014, Florence, S.C. – First Reliance Bank recently announced that twelve associates have been named to the 2014 President’s Club.
Each year, as part of the bank’s associate rewards and recognition program, all associates have the opportunity to nominate an outstanding associate and submit a detailed reason of why the chosen associate deserves the award. This year 12 outstanding associates were chosen for their unique contribution to the bank and their commitment to teamwork..
The following President’s Club winners received awards for outstanding contribution in sales and service, operation and professional services.,. The 2014 President’s Club Winners are: Gail Berry, Lexington Branch Manager, Jason Koth, Relationship Banker, Hal Cobb, VP Asset Portfolio Management, Tammy Edwards, Customer Service Specialist, Allen Griffin, Relationship Banker, Denise Lee, Personal Banker, Pam Brown, Relationship Banking Assistant, Kim Yarborough, Loan Operations Specialist, Angel Coker, Deposit Operations Specialist , Melinda McLamb, Residential Mortgage Lender, Neil Oliver, Relationship Banker, Lou Hudson, Relationship Banking Assistant.
“We are celebrating our 15th year in business and announcing the associates who are in the President’s Club is always something I look forward to each year,” stated Rick Saunders, President and CEO of First Reliance Bank. “President’s Club associates go above and beyond their responsibilities to ensure the success of our customers and the bank. They are dedicated to contributing to the community and are true company role models. They are often described by their colleagues as people who inspire others to achieve more, readily help out with a smile and thru work every day make the lives of our customers better.”
First Reliance Bank, one of the Best Places to Work in SC, promises associate’s opportunities to do their best work, committed and caring leadership, and rewards and recognition such as the President’s Club Awards.
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