US Census Bureau profiles drive-thru banking.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 2, 2015-US Census Bureau profiles drive-thru banking
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Profile America, a public service of the US Census Bureau has featured a remembrance of the first drive-thru banking obtained from Kane's Famous First Facts, Banking Establishments.
The profile stated today's banking customers take care of financial business at an ATM, online or at their bank's drive-in windows. The first such drive-up facility opened in 1946 at the Exchange National Bank in Chicago, which offered its motoring customers 10 teller windows with sliding drawers. Now, drive-up tellers are available nationwide, and Americans have a choice of over 96,000 commercial banking locations to handle their money. ATMs notwithstanding, over 1.6 million employees work in commercial banks, which have over USD15.5 trillion in assets.
Profile America is produced by the Center for New Media and Promotions of the US Census Bureau.
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|Date:||Dec 2, 2015|
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