(From an SMB news release)
Southwest Missouri Bank (SMB) announced today that they are standing by to help area workers and volunteers and are opening a Heat Relief Station in the Duquesne Community Center, located adjacent to the Duquesne branch, 4000 E. 7th Street in Joplin.
The Duquesne Community Room is a beautiful, well-appointed room adjacent to the main facility and is frequently used by various area organizations and groups. The Heat Relief Station will be open from 9:30 am – 4 pm Monday through Friday, and will offer those working on debris removal projects a place to rest and cool off in the air conditioning, restrooms, and SMB will keep the room stocked with snacks, drinks and a TV.
“This is just a way that we can help those who are helping our community,” SMB Marketing Director Peggy Fuller said. “At Southwest Missouri Bank, we take our responsibility to the communities we serve seriously, and want to offer whatever comfort and help we can during this time.”
Committed to the communities they serve, SMB is the largest locally-owned community bank in Southwest Missouri. A leader in offering quality banking services since 1979, SMB takes pride in offering their customers the convenience, friendly service, and professional expertise expected from a financial advisor. With 11 branches and more than 35 ATM's in Southwest Missouri, SMB is known for keeping their customers first, at all times.