“The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals.” – Melody Beattie.
With a hurricane, a wildfire and a presidential election behind us, Carolina Farm Credit is grateful for what 2016 has meant to our business. We celebrated our centennial with all of our customers and we served our communities and our customers. - We know we still have more work to do and more to accomplish in 2017.
2016 was a year of transition for some of our offices. Many branches, like our Rural Hall branch, focused on not only growing their loan volume, but also getting out and being involved in their communities through service projects and customer appreciation events. Christina Queen, Rural Hall Branch Office Coordinator, says that for 2017 Rural Hall wants to be more involved with their community and will begin to send birthday cards to customers each month.
As an association, 2017 will be a year of continued growth: through our loan volume, our community involvement and employee development. The Association plans to build two new branch buildings, Yadkinville and Asheville, will continue to expand its community service initiative and continue to offer employees the opportunity to pursue further education while working at Carolina Farm Credit. Our mission is to serve you, our customers, in both the good and the bad times. In 2017 we will continue to support your business and help give you the tools to succeed.
Carolina Farm Credit looks forward to a new year, full of opportunities to learn, grow and succeed!
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