First National Bank is building a new Full-Service Office in Davenport

Davenport, IA (September 25, 2012) - First National Bank broke ground last week on a new 3,000 square foot bank located at 4500 East 53rd Street in Davenport.  The full-service office will feature lobby, drive-up, and ATM teller services, as well as a night drop location. The bank will also offer safe deposit services on site. Loan services will include Real Estate, Agricultural, Commercial, and Consumer lending.

Jamie Burt, President of First National Bank, is excited to better serve the Iowa Quad Cities. "We are looking forward to welcoming current customers and new friends at the upcoming Grand Opening event."  The Grand Opening will take place in late January with more details to come as construction progresses.

First National Bank is a $70 million community bank in the Quad Cities with offices presently in Davenport, Bettendorf, Moline and Cairo, IL.  First National Bank is part of the Farrar Banking Group based in Pierre, South Dakota with additional banking operations in Minnesota, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas, Nevada, New Mexico and Arizona.

For more information about First National Bank and their new location please call the bank at 563-441-1700 or visit their website at


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