“At Diamond Bank we believe in community, convenience and the neighbor to neighbor banking experience. That’s why no matter where you travel in Southwest Arkansas, there’s a Diamond Bank ready to serve your personal or business banking needs.”
Monday – Thursday, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Friday, 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Long time chamber member and the oldest bank in Murfreesboro, Diamond Bank held an open house coffee as the chamber business of the month on Friday, January 8, 2016. At Diamond Bank they will call you by name when you walk in the door, because to them you are much more than a number. This is because of the many years the bank has been in the community, as well as the many long term employees that work there.
Diamond Bank opened its doors here in Murfreesboro on December 16, 1904. After the merger with Arkansas Diamond Bank in 2007 there are now 12 locations across southwest and central Arkansas with the 13th opening within the next month and one additional loan production office. They currently serve the citizens of eight counties in southwest Arkansas and are branching out to the central part of the state, with the same down home, small town, face to face customer service they have always been known for.
The bank has personal and business checking and saving services available, as well as long and short term investment opportunities. They also have safety deposit boxes available to rent, in addition to the modern conveniences of telephone, online banking, bill pay, and mobile banking. Although the bank’s operations center is located in Glenwood, the bank internet technology department is located in Murfreesboro.
This commitment to the local community is very evident not only with the bank’s involvement in the Murfreesboro Chamber of Commerce, by joining the other banks in town to purchase the meat for the Christmas in July and the Taste of Christmas events, but with the employees as well. Two employees are members of the South Pike County School Board and one is a Murfreesboro city council member.
Other areas the employees are involved in the community are through hosting Bake Sales, the largest one is for the Quiz Bowl Team from South Pike County School District. As well as volunteering in the concession stand at athletic events. Many employees participate in “Blue Jean Fridays”. If an employee chooses to wear blue jeans they donate a certain amount to the Relay for Life fund. A number of the employees have also participated in the Pike County Relay for Life. In years past they have also hosted the Angel Tree.
The Murfreesboro and Nashville branches of the Diamond Bank also have a senior scholarship that are open to all seniors.
One thing that the Diamond Bank appreciates about the Murfreesboro Chamber of Commerce is that there are many people working together to improve the community and help make the events successful. This has been a positive change in the last few years.
The Diamond Bank is a hometown bank with modern services, values and roots right here in Murfreesboro.