First Vision Bank of Tennessee will open a new and larger office next week in Winchester, Tenn.
The seven-year-old Tullahoma-based bank will replace the trailer it has used since expanding into Winchester in 2008. The 3,800-square-foot office will open Monday.
First Vision also operates offices in Tullahoma and Decherd and has grown to nearly $130 million in assets.
"Amidst the fanfare of opening a gorgeous new bank on Manchester's main drag, we are well aware of how important it is for the community to have a trusted, financial partner, which is why we are investing in Manchester," said Jon W. Bell, First Vision Bank's Manchester president.
The bank will offer weekly giveaways during the next month to celebrate the grand opening.
First Vision was started by former Regions Bank executives in Franklin County and has grown to the county's fourth-largest bank. The bank turned a profit after three years of operation and earned $1.2 million last year for its nearly 1,500 shareholders, Bell said.
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