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Bank announces 5-level, 60,000 square foot building in Jonesboro

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First National Bank
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First National Bank announces site construction on First National Financial Park at 3500 E. Johnson Avenue in Jonesboro. The new five story 60,000 square ft. facility will become the region’s largest and most unique financial institution and lead office for FNB’s Craighead County operation.

Unlike any facility of its kind, First National Financial Park was designed and targeted for the community. The building will feature a community room on the first level and an outdoor terrace.

Public events will be welcomed and encouraged.

The First National Financial Park facility is large enough to provide for future bank expansion and to allow for possible commercial leasing opportunities. The site plans include walking paths encircling a water feature. The site will also have a large customer parking area plus underground parking for approximately 50 vehicles.

First National Financial Park will allow FNB to build on its 127 year history of community involvement and dedication to customer service.

Completion is planned for the first quarter of 2018. There will be no disruption of our banking services offered at the Hilltop Office during the construction process.

“We are all excited about this addition to our facilities in Northeast Arkansas. Regardless of the size or the physical appeal a building might have, the most important things are the customers’ relationship our professional bankers provide inside or outside of those walls”

– Bill Brewer, Chairman of the Board

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