First Victoria National Bank opens V-Source Center in College Station
By FROM NEWS RELEASE
Oct. 22, 2010 at 5:22 a.m.
Updated Oct. 23, 2010 at 5:23 a.m.
For more information on First Victoria National Bank, visit www.firstvictoria.com.
First Victoria National Bank recently opened Tower Point Banking Center, the company's new "V-Source Center," at 1298 Arrington Road in College Station.
The full-service facility boasts a club-style center with services including Internet access, copy and fax machines, financial resource materials and a coin counter. It can also convert into an education and entertainment center.
Many services will be free to First Victoria customers, but others can be purchased through points customers earn through bank relationships.
The 3,802-square-foot bank offers customers both recognition for banking with First Victoria and help in making their lives simpler, said Ken Olan, the company's executive vice president and chief retail and marketing officer.
"The convenience provided by our V-Source Center equates to the gift of time," Olan said. "And with today's hectic lifestyles, time is precious."
The goal is to provide customers a place to drink some coffee, use the Internet, learn something new and take care of business, Russell Marshall, First Victoria's president and CEO, said. It's also a place to catch up with neighbors.
"We're expecting the V-Source Center to become a popular gathering place with a small-town feel where members not only have access to new resources but also exchange ideas and friendly conversation," he said.
LaGrange firm Cutright Allen Architects designed the center, while Victoria's Don Krueger Construction built it.
Tina Tucker, a five-year resident of the Brazos Valley, is bank manager.
"I look forward to many years of serving the community and our customers," she said.