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Protect Your Business with Credit Card Controls

As a small business owner, you probably feel like your days fly by. Juggling family time and work time changes daily. And with everything on your plate, you may not realize how vulnerable your business is to fraud. Unfortunately, with all the uncertainty looming around and new things you likely have to deal with right now, fraud continues to rise. If you’re already feeling overwhelmed, just start with your business credit card. Consider these simple ways to protect your business from fraud: Set up alerts on your card. One of… Read More >

Seven Steps to Create a Tranquil Work Environment

During this time of uncertainty, your home is your sanctuary – and it may also be where you run your business. Whether you’re at home or your office, what steps can you take to create a more peaceful, stress-free environment? Create a space to relax. We’re not talking about an employee lounge, but a calm area where you or your employees can go to decompress. Play soft music, add a comfy chair or sofa and keep the lights dim. If you’re working from home, your dedicated “relaxation” room can be… Read More >

May. 26 2020 | Posted in Business, Managing Your Business

Five Easy Ways to Manage Your Business Remotely

More and more Americans are managing their businesses remotely – whether from home or while traveling. And more recently, it’s been the way many companies have stayed relevant during mandated stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders. If you’ve just started managing your business remotely, or you’re ready to take the plunge on a more consistent basis, consider these five critical tips for ultimate success. Tip #1: Communicate, communicate, communicate. Communication is an essential element of managing your business remotely – and you can never do too much of it. The more you… Read More >

What are Your Business Lending Options?

Whether you’ve been in business for a few months or many years, access to funds is vital for your growth and sustainability. To that end, you may need to get a loan to help. But, which type of loan is the best fit for your business? To answer this question, take a look at your lending options to determine how they fit into your financial plan. Consider how much cash you need, how quickly you can repay your loan, and whether you can provide collateral.  Here are five common types… Read More >

How to Build a High-Performance Team

The success of your team is critical to the overall survival of your business. Sure, you can achieve goals here and there with some dysfunction on your team, but if you want to accomplish your vision (and beyond), you must create a high-performing team. Managing successful, high-performing teams requires diplomacy, skill and genuine care for each employee at your company. Follow these tips to help you get started: Resolve Conflict Quickly. Whenever you have more than one person working together, there’s going to be conflict – it’s just how life… Read More >

Apr. 20 2020 | Posted in Business, Managing Your Business

Seven Ways to Maximize Your Website’s Customer Experience

Is your website attracting the customers you want? Are you generating leads regularly and turning those leads into sales? With thousands and thousands of websites vying for your customers’ business, how can you make sure the right people notice your site at the right time? Take a look at these helpful tips: Tip #1: Your Website Should Look Professional. As the saying goes, you can only make a first impression once. Take care that your website is making the impression you want. Does it represent your brand the way you… Read More >

Apr. 20 2020 | Posted in Business, Managing Your Business

The past four weeks have been a reminder that it’s good to be flexible! In that short time, Pinnacle Bank has continued to work to protect employees and customers by serving through Drive Thru windows and Pinny, our Interactive Teller Machine. We also offered customers the opportunity for loan relief by deferring payments for four months. Pinnacle Bank now has 1,036 customers with one less economic issue to worry about because of this program. Pinnacle Bank is also proud to be part of the national effort to bolster small businesses…. Read More >

Apr. 17 2020 | Posted in General News

SBA Response & Paycheck Protection Programs

Pinnacle Bank wishes to extend to all of our valued customers the latest information that we have available to us from the federal government regarding the current loan/grant programs signed into law on Friday (please know that some of the details and guidance continue to change and/or be updated daily). First, there are 2 loan programs available to small businesses: Economic Injury Disaster Loan (“EIDL”) Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) One component of the EIDL is an immediate $10,000 grant for those that apply (discussed more fully below).  The interested business… Read More >

Apr. 2 2020 | Posted in General News

Fraud Alert: What You Need to Know

Criminals Take Advantage of Every Situation and Our Health Crisis is No Exception. Recently, the cybercriminal group, FIN7, known for targeting US businesses through phishing emails, deployed an additional tactic of mailing USB devices via the United States Postal Service (USPS). The mailed packages sometimes include items like teddy bears or gift cards to employees of target companies working in the Human Resources (HR), Information Technology (IT), or Executive Management (EM) roles. The enclosed USB device is a commercially available tool known as a “BadUSB” or “Bad Beetle USB” device…. Read More >

Action Plan for COVID-19

Pinnacle Bank has been in business since 1934. The bank, our communities and our country have weathered a lot of historical ups and downs including national financial troubles, wars and 9/1 1. We have all grown stronger each time we face adversity and that will happen again as we overcome this current crisis. Pinnacle Bank is here now and will be in the future. While we can’t control the events around us, we can control how we respond. Pinnacle Bank is working to keep employees and customers safe while remaining ready… Read More >

Mar. 19 2020 | Posted in General News


BRANCH LOBBY REOPENING SCHEDULE

Pinnacle Bank has reopened our lobbies. To protect our customers and team, we are maintaining essential                 COVID-19 protocols such as social distancing, limiting the number of customers in the branch and                             frequent sanitization.

For those who prefer to remain outside, Pinny Drive Thru Tellers are available at all Pinnacle branches,                        Monday – Friday, 7 AM – 7 PM and Saturday, 8 AM – 2 PM.

If you have any questions, please call 877-759-7939 from 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM.

We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to serving you. Thank you.