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Branching out.

Branching Out

North Little Rock's Twin City Bank is looking to open a couple of more branches south of the Arkansas River.

There should be an announcement in the coming weeks concerning a southwest Little Rock site.

TCB also is looking hard at branch locations in the Park Plaza area, along South University Avenue and along Arkansas 10.

"We've settled on regions but not specific sites," says Margaret Davenport Eldridge, Twin City Bank's executive vice president. "Whether we'll be able to utilize any S&L branch sites depends on how the bidding goes. We might have an opportunity to take over a lease or acquire a branch."

The state-chartered bank already has opened branches in Maumelle, on West Markham Street in Little Rock and in the Heights this year.
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Title Annotation:Twin City Bank's plan to open more branches south of the Arkansas River
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Jul 8, 1991
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