WAYNE – From students, coaches and Wayne State College staff along with community members, State Nebraska Bank & Trust officials were pleased with their SNBuilding open house turnout.
According to a release, Friday morning Chamber coffee packed the entry way of the SNBuilding located at 1010 Main Street in-between an all-day open house which coincided with freshman move-in day at WSC.
Nearly 50 people took a shot at the free throw contest held in the SNBuilding’s community gym, which is free to use for anyone in the community.
SNB awarded prizes to three winners of Delaney Lutz and Brent Johnson who each received a gift card to the Table Coffeehouse with a bank mug and $5 in Chamber Bucks as well as the grand prize winner, Hilbert Johs, who received $50 in Chamber Bucks. Karissa Hayes also won the open house basket donated by SNBuilding tenants, including State National Insurance Company, Beck Ag, Title Services of the Plains and Sonlite Express.
Since the SNBuilding opened in October 2020, nearly 300 people have signed up to use the building’s gym and the space has been utilized for more than 1,000 hours of basketball and pickleball. If you are interested in using the gym, stop by State Nebraska Bank & Trust’s Campus Branch at 1010 Main Street to register for access. The building is also now 80% full, with only two shared office spaces available for lease.
Contact Ashley Rewinkel at 402-375-1131 for more details.
Founded in 1892, State Nebraska Bank & Trust is the only bank locally owned in Wayne, run by the same family for five generations. For more information, visit www.statenebank.com.