Americana Community Bank (ACB) has a strong history of supporting the communities in which they’re located, both financially and with employee volunteers. With the Hurricane Sandy disaster on the east coast, their generosity, along with that of their customers and employees, expanded its borders.
On Nov. 28, ACB president, Adam Dittrich, and ACB Sleepy Eye senior vice president, Brad Mathiowetz, presented Sandy Radloff, of the New Ulm Chapter of the American Red Cross, with a check in the amount of $2534.33.
ACB challenged the public, customers and employees to donate as they were able, pledging to match up to $1,000 in donations to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy. ACB employees and customers exceeded expectations and donated a total of $1,534.33 to the cause.