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Pinnacle Bank unveils new logo in Texas

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Pinnacle Bank Texas, a subsidiary of family-owned, Nebraska-based Pinnacle Bancorp Inc., is sporting a new logo as the bank unifies with its parent company.

“As we continue to expand our footprint across the region, it is important for us to have a consistent brand with one logo. We are changing the Texas logo so that it will be consistent wherever our customers may travel in states with Pinnacle Bank locations,” said Peter Bennis, president and CEO of Pinnacle Bank, Texas. “The logo change is simply that, a logo change. Nothing else will change; we are still the same great community bank with the same great staff dedicated to our customers.”

Pinnacle Bancorp is a $9.2 billion financial holding company operating more than 140 community banks in seven states. Currently, there are 13 Pinnacle Bank locations in Texas.

During the next few weeks, Pinnacle Bank customers will begin to see the new logo in bank lobbies and on bank communications, online, offline and mobile. The transition will be completed by the end of this year.

The bank continues construction on Pinnacle Bank Place, a five-story, mixed-use building on Lancaster Avenue between Jennings and Throckmorton streets in downtown Fort Worth. The new facility will be a full-service bank with two drive-thru interactive teller machines and a corporate office. Pinnacle Bank Place will be the first in the Texas market to incorporate the new logo on its external signs. It is set to open later this year.

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