Help Taos Tigers, Jonah Vigil and Faith Powell, get to Nationals! They’ve been invited to compete in track and field events against athletes from all over the country at the New Balance National Meet in North Carolina next month. Two ways you can help.
1. Donate - A temporary fund has been set up in their names at Centinel Bank. Stop by any location to make your donation.
2. Bake Sale - Buy something at their bake Sale taking place this Friday May 25th from 10am - 3pm at Centinel Bank’s Main Office.
Our employees have named us a 2018 Top Workplace in New Mexico by the Albuquerque Journal, for the fourth year. And, our community has voted us the 2018 Best Bank in Taos by the Taos News.
“We are humbled and grateful to receive both of these awards. They reflect our organization’s commitment to the well-being of everyone around us,” said Angel Reyes, President and CEO. “They are also a testament to our strong relationships and our community banking spirit. We’re here to help our community grow and succeed.”
At Centinel Bank we are invested in the success of our customers and are grateful they choose to bank with us. Community banking is about building relationships and working for the betterment of our customers, our employees, and our local community, this is why we feel a strong commitment to providing excellent service, building strong relationships, and providing local decisions.
Through the years, Centinel Bank has earned a number of local, state, and national awards while remaining focused on its mission, and as Taos’ only locally owned and operated community bank Centinel Bank is committed to serving you. Click here to read more.
An environmental art show by Dee DiCamillo, our featured artist for the month of May. Stop by our main branch lobby to see Ms. DiCamillo’s vibrant and bold pieces of the Southwest.