Generations Bank Kicking Off Grand Opening With Tailgate Party

Generations Bank to Host Grand Opening Tailgate Party at New Fayetteville Location

Generations Bank, with locations throughout the state, will host a grand opening, celebratory tailgate party from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 at their new Fayetteville branch location. The family-friendly party will feature a ribbon-cutting, giveaways, networking, food and more. A grand prize of two tickets to a Razorback football game will be given away at the event.

The celebration will provide BBQ and beverages and will feature games, a mix-and-mingle, and frequent drawings/giveaways. Prizes will include a Slim Chickens gift card, four tickets to The Bret Bielema Show, a Macadoodles gift card, gift baskets, an Apple TV and the grand prize of two tickets to a Razorback football game.

The event is featured in conjunction with the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce and

Mayor Lioneld Jordan is scheduled to attend and present the ribbon-cutting.

Generations Bank has served Arkansas communities for more than 100 years with dedication and commitment. Services offered include personal checking and savings accounts, loans, mortgages, online banking, mobile banking, business accounts, business loans, online bill pay and more.

Generations Bank is passionate about serving Arkansas communities and looks forward to continued engagement in the future. The Fayetteville branch is located at 3665 North Investment Drive in Fayetteville, near the corner of Van Asche and Steele Blvd.


Generations Bank, with locations throughout the state, has served Arkansas families and businesses for more than 100 years. Established in 1907, in the small town of Harrell, Generations Bank expanded into a full-service financial institution serving South and Northwest Arkansas. The experienced team of bankers are committed to providing convenient, friendly and intelligent customer service. Generations Bank values their customers and looks forward to continually serving them, just as they have for generations.

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Source: Generations Bank Fayetteville