Hicks New Marketing Director For Comanche National Bank

Emily Hicks

Emily Hicks

Here at Texansunited.com we are very excited to have Comanche National Bank returning for the third year in a row as the banner sponsor of our Just Texas! section, the spot where you just never know what Texan or what Texas happening we will be discussing.

The bank has made some big changes in the past few months with the retirement of marketing director, Shirley Johnson, and the hiring of its new marketing director, Emily Hicks.

“I am very excited to be joining Comanche National Bank as the marketing director. I hope to combine my marketing experience as a previous business owner and my banking knowledge from past employment to help sustain an overall positive image for CNB.  Staying involved in our communities, getting to know our customers, and having a “real person” to talk to is just some of what community banking is all about. That is what you will find at CNB, and its six other locations as well.”

And here at Texansunited.com we send out a huge thank you  to CNB for continuing to support our endeavor to shine the spotlight on fellow Texans, and we congratulate Emily as well!

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