First United Bank to host Grand Opening Pillar Events all month long

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First United Bank to host a blood drive, shred day, non-profit community fair, Veterans Resource Fair & Budgeting Workshop and more.

First United Bank Plano is celebrating its grand opening this month with events that center around the company’s four pillars and benefit the community.

“First United is a values-based organization committed to helping people live a lifestyle they call ‘Spend Life Wisely’ – centered around four pillars: faith, financial well-being, health and wellness, and personal growth,” First United said in a press release. “First United strongly believes in community and aims to build ‘Spend Life Wisely’ to empower and enrich communities like Plano.”

Events will take place between April 4 and 15, including a blood drive, shred day, non-profit community fair, Veterans Resource Fair & Budgeting Workshop, Faith and Business Lunch and Learn, and Hands-Only CPR and Stop the Bleed training.

The new bank is located at 3930 Dallas Parkway and features an open floorplan, a glass-walled workspace, coffee and refreshments, an education and seating area with reading materials and resources addressing the four pillars, large community rooms, and technology table, private offices and more.

“These are powerful values, and First United employees embrace them in everything they do – whether participating in a community health awareness event, teaching a financial well-being class to students, or hosting a book club,” the bank said in the release.

The bank still has slots available for the blood drive, nonprofit fair, and other events. Registration information is available on their Facebook page.

“Our new banking location shows our strong investment and commitment to Plano,” Justin Krebbs, the Community Bank President in Plano, said. “First United Bank Plano will serve retail and commercial client needs as well as provide onsite comprehensive financial wealth management and insurance services.”

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