Capitol City Bank Serves the Community

Capitol City Bank & Trust Company presents “Family Fun Day” this Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012. Music, face painting, bounce houses, free food, cotton candy and much more will be available for all ages. QuickSilver Track Club is sponsoring “Family Fun Day.” Founded by the late  Ernest L. Dixon Jr. in 1979, the Club aims to provide meaningful experiences in athletics to boys and girls – from ages seven and up.

Capitol City Bank & Trust Company founder George G. Andrews, who currently serves as the president and CEO, is committed to reinvesting in the neighborhood where customers live, work, and own businesses. Through its longstanding working relationship with the community, Capitol City Bank has engaged in a number of programs and activities to benefit and affect change in the blueprint of the minority community. The institution is dedicated to being a partner, as well as, an economic catalyst for the community, and will continue to stay involved in its growth and economic empowerment.

Capitol City Bank & Trust Company, chartered in the state of Georgia in 1994, is a full-service banking business. They offer a broad range of commercial banking activities, including accepting customary types of demand and time deposits, making individual, commercial and installment loans, money transfers, safe deposit box services and investments in U.S. government and municipal services.

Capitol City Bank & Trust Company serves its customers from eight locations: the main office located at 562 Lee Street, SW, Atlanta, Ga., with four additional offices in Atlanta including Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Bank officials and staff  encourage community residents to come out and enjoy all the fun and festivities on Saturday, Sept. 8.

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