The Edmond Sun


June 14, 2013

RCB Bank plans to give away car to celebrate Edmond expansion

EDMOND — RCB Bank is giving away a car this summer as part of its expansion into Edmond. The prize is a 2012 CNG Honda Civic with navigation and Bluetooth.

Running now through Aug. 31, every time a customer swipes their RCB Bank debit card, they are automatically entered to win. Entry forms are also available at participating Oklahoma City metro area RCB Bank locations. In-branch entries are limited to one per person, per branch, per day.

Throughout the summer, 10 finalists will be drawn from the entries and at a special event in September those finalists will each get to try a key in the car. The finalist with the key that unlocks the door to the Honda Civic, wins the car.

“We know our customers have a choice when it comes to banking,” said Roger Mosier, RCB Bank president and CEO. “So we wanted to give something back and decided the car would be a great gift.”

RCB Bank will be opening three new locations in Edmond on June 29. The new branches are on South Boulevard, North Penn and in the Coffee Creek area.

“We’re the bank that rewards our customers for banking with us,” said Jim Gray, president, RCB Bank Edmond. “We’re excited to expand our footprint in Edmond and we want to celebrate with our customers, who we value and appreciate.”

Also to celebrate the expansion, all new my CashBack checking accounts opened at any RCB Bank OKC Metro or Stillwater location through the end of this year will earn 4 times the rewards when qualifications are met.

“We’re paying customers 40 cents every time they swipe their debit card for purchases of $10 or more,” Gray said. “That’s another sweet reward.”

With the expansion, RCB Bank has a network of 33 locations across Oklahoma and into Kansas, with assets of $2.1 billion. RCB Bank also offers online and mobile banking with apps for iPhones, iPads and Android devices, including mobile deposit for approved customers.

Branches participating in the 4x the CashBack and Car Giveaway specials are the Nichols Hills branch, 7400 N. Western Ave.; Oklahoma City downtown, 701 N. Broadway; all four Edmond locations, 909 W. Edmond Road, 3600 S. Boulevard*, 16461 N. Penn.* And 855 W. Covell Rd.*; as well as the Stillwater branch, 324 S. Duck St. (*branches open June 29).

No purchase is necessary to win the Honda Civic. See official rules online at under Win a Car.

FOR MORE information, visit, or call 855-BANK-RCB.

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