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Citizens National Bank Celebrating Local Businesses for Community Banking Month

News Releases — April 1, 2013

April National Community Banking Month

In appreciation for our customers and in honor of Community Banking Month, every Citizens National Bank office will be serving cake to its customers on Friday, April 26 during normal business hours.

April is Community Banking Month, and members of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and Citizens National Bank are celebrating the vital role that community banks play in the economic, civic and cultural life of their communities in cities and towns throughout America.

Once again, Citizens National Bank is participating in the ICBA campaign titled "I Love My Community Bank". CNB customers submitted testimonials throughout the month of March of why they appreciate our service and feel it's important to bank with a community bank for a chance to win a $500 gift card.

In addition, the bank is excited to feature some of the local businesses we partner with on our in-branch displays and web advertisements. Also, throughout the month of April, customers who come into the branch will have the opportunity to register to win one of 7 gift baskets including local items from each of our branch communities. The drawing will be held on Friday, April 26 during the cake celebrations. "As a community bank, we understand the vital role small businesses play in ensuring our communities thrive. Citizens National Bank prides itself on partnering with those owners in order to provide financing and support and we thank them for their faith in us," comments President/CEO J. Michael Romey.

With offices in Bluffton, Elida, Lima, Van Wert, Celina, Findlay, Springfield and Defiance, Citizens National Bank has assets totaling more than $600 million and has been serving the communities of West Central and Northwest Ohio since 1920.