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The Chamber Ambassadors cut the ribbon at the new Casey’s General Store in Mountain Home Thursday.  The new store, located at 1 Convenience Drive in Mountain Home, offers a variety of food options, including homemade pizza, a sandwich bar and fresh donuts daily. Reach local manager Elaine Murphy by calling 870-425-0976.

The Chamber Ambassadors cut the ribbon at the new Casey’s General Store in Mountain Home Thursday, April 11. The new store, located at 1 Convenience Drive in Mountain Home, offers a variety of food options, including homemade pizza, a sandwich bar and fresh donuts daily. Reach local manager Elaine Murphy by calling 870-425-0976.

The Chamber Ambassadors cut the ribbon at the new Restore by King Dermatology, in Mountain Home Friday, April 12.  Restore is a medical spa offering a variety of cosmetic and restorative procedures and products for the skin.  Visit them at 675 Highway 62 East in Mountain Home or call 870-425-5464 for more information.

The Chamber Ambassadors cut the ribbon at the new Restore by King Dermatology, in Mountain Home Friday, April 12. Restore is a medical spa offering a variety of cosmetic and restorative procedures and products for the skin. Visit them at 675 Highway 62 East in Mountain Home or call 870-425-5464 for more information.

The Chamber Ambassadors cut the ribbon at the new Arvest Bank location, located at 650 South Street in Mountain Home. Arvest acquired the branch during the purchase of twenty-nine Bank of America Corporation branches.  Mike Willard, market president for Arvest Bank in Mountain Home said, “We are excited to have expanded our presence here in Mountain Home.  Arvest is committed to meeting the financial service needs of both individuals and businesses as we make this transition and we are excited to be working with even more customers in our community.” With the transition to Arvest Bank, customers at this new location will experience banking focused on them. Arvest Online Banking and Mobile Banking provide customers with fast and easy financial access while they are on the go, whether they need to deposit a check or just access their balance.  Arvest is able to provide customers with financial solutions in all areas of their life from personal banking accounts to mortgage loans and retirement planning. The addition of this location in Mountain Home will bring the total of Arvest branches in Baxter County to three. In the Bank of America purchase, Mountain Home and Harrison each gained one new Arvest location. For information, contact Tiffany Watkins, Arvest Bank Marketing Director at 870.449.7164.

The Chamber Ambassadors cut the ribbon at the new Arvest Bank location, located at 650 South Street in Mountain Home. Arvest acquired the branch during the purchase of twenty-nine Bank of America Corporation branches.
Mike Willard, market president for Arvest Bank in Mountain Home said, “We are excited to have expanded our presence here in Mountain Home. Arvest is committed to meeting the financial service needs of both individuals and businesses as we make this transition and we are excited to be working with even more customers in our community.”
With the transition to Arvest Bank, customers at this new location will experience banking focused on them. Arvest Online Banking and Mobile Banking provide customers with fast and easy financial access while they are on the go, whether they need to deposit a check or just access their balance. Arvest is able to provide customers with financial solutions in all areas of their life from personal banking accounts to mortgage loans and retirement planning. The addition of this location in Mountain Home will bring the total of Arvest branches in Baxter County to three.
In the Bank of America purchase, Mountain Home and Harrison each gained one new Arvest location. For information, contact Tiffany Watkins, Arvest Bank Marketing Director at 870.449.7164.

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