COLLIERVILLE, Tenn., March 19, 2015 – BankTennessee is hosting a bake sale to benefit March of Dimes at its branches at Schilling Farms in Collierville and Forest Hill in Germantown on Thursday, April 2 and Friday, April 3. The community is invited to purchase the baked goods provided by the bank employees. 

“Let’s get together to support the March of Dimes and its fight against infant mortality, birth defects and premature birth. Mert Guin, our administrative assistant, brought this great cause to our attention, and we are proud to support the organization’s fundraising efforts,” said Jim Rout, president and chief executive officer for BankTennessee.

The bake sale will be at the BankTennessee located at 1125 West Poplar in Collierville and 2915 Forest Hill Irene Road in Germantown. For additional information about the fundraiser, please contact Keri Ellis Blum, assistant branch manager at BankTennessee in Germantown, at 901-755-8815, or Robyne Earnest, branch manager at the Schilling Farms office, 901-854-0854.

About BankTennessee
“BankTennessee had one of its best years in history in 2014 earning $2.3 million on assets of $269,544,000. We attribute our success to our personnel and local communities we support,” said Jim Rout, chief executive officer and president of the bank. “We take banking personally and are committed to providing a personal level of service where our customers matter. It’s a philosophy that has worked for us since our bank was founded in Memphis in 1934, more than 80 years ago.”

Headquartered in Collierville, Tennessee, BankTennessee has 8 retail banking offices located in Collierville, East and Downtown Memphis, Germantown, Ripley, Munford, and Lebanon in Middle Tennessee.

BankTennessee offers a full range of financial products and services including personal and business checking accounts, internet banking with web bill pay, mortgages, home equity lines of credit, custom construction loans, commercial and consumer loans, treasury management, remote capture and merchant card services.