Jeans For A Cause

American Bank Jeans for a Cause donates over $1,500 to communities in schools

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX | May 4, 2018

American Bank’s employees contributed $776 to Communities in Schools of the Coastal Bend with the reward of wearing jeans to work on Friday, April 6, 2018. The Bank matched the employees’ contributions, bringing the total donated to $1,552. Communities in Schools will use the funds for their “Walk the Stage” program, allowing 30 high school students to purchase their required cap and gown for graduation.

About the Program

The American Bank Wears Jeans for a Cause program is designed to raise awareness and money for various
non-profit organizations. Each month, American Bank highlights a different non-profit organization, chosen by employees, from one of its market areas. Employees who choose to make a donation to the organization may wear jeans on the designated American Bank Wears Jeans for a Cause day. The bank then matches the employee contributions dollar for dollar. Those donating wear a special sticker to recognize their participation.

About American Bank

American Bank was founded in Corpus Christi, Texas in 1970 principally by George S. Hawn, John D. Hawn and Frank J. Scanio, Jr. It is the largest locally-owned and independent financial institution in the Coastal Bend area, with assets totaling nearly $1.4 billion as of December 31, 2017. The bank currently has 13 locations in the communities of Austin, Corpus Christi, Goliad, Port Aransas, Rockport and Victoria. It also operates a network of 18 ATMs. Expansion into the Houston and San Antonio markets is planned for 2018. The bank’s strategic plan includes significant, profitable growth; an enhanced, exceptional banking experience for clients; and a position as a leading regional Texas bank by 2022. Services include commercial banking, with Centers of Excellence specializing in commercial real estate, medical, energy, SBA and technology lending; a full range of business and personal deposit accounts and loans; Private Banking for executives and professionals; Treasury Management services; home-related loans; and a full range of electronic banking services. In addition, the bank’s subsidiaries and other partners offer trust and asset management, insurance, and non-bank investment services. Those partners include American Bank Trust and Asset Management, the American Financial Insurance Services affiliate Borden Insurance, and American Investment Services, a division of Herndon Plant Oakley Ltd., member FINRA/SIPC. More information can be found at

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