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NBC customers, you can refer a friend to NBC and you both will be rewarded. Now through August 10th when your friend opens a new line of checking at NBC you both will receive a FREE Coleman Cooler.  In addition, your friend will receive $10* for any unused checks or $5* for their old debit card. You will also have the satisfaction of knowing your friend is getting a new checking account from the b...

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14 Month CD - 1.85%  APY*
28 Month CD - 2.10%  APY*

*Annual Percentage Yield requires a minimum balance of $500 to earn 1.85% or 2.10% and assumes interest and principal will remain on deposit until maturity. If the account is closed before interest is credited to your account, you may not receive the accrued interest. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Fees could reduce the earnings on...

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NBC is pleased to announce the following promotions:


Danielle Smith – Senior Vice President of Compliance, Human Resources, Security & Training: Danielle has been with the NBC team since August 2012. Over the past five years, Danielle has guided the bank’s compliance efforts which has helped lead the bank to successes with numerous audits and examinations. She has also assumed expanded roles w...

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Recently Equifax, one of the three major credit bureaus, announced it experienced a massive data breach affecting approximately 143 million Americans. Equifax has said that the breach occurred from May through July 2017. The hackers accessed people’s names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers. They also stole credit card numbers for abou...

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NBC proudly supports entrepreneurs such as Dave Ferguson, who built Smoking Gun Jerky into a thriving business thanks to his famous liquid jerky marinade developed at the University of Nebraska Food Science Division.

Ferguson, who grew up a deer hunter, was never satisfied with the jerky processed from his harvest. He spent years experimenting, seeking feedback, reformulating and finally creating...

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The importance of keeping finances secure is at the heart of NBC. A rash of crimes have been popping up across the state and country that involve devices known as skimmers to access credit and debit card information. The skimmers can quickly record the card information at the pump, leaving it there for thieves to retrieve later.

Pumps targeted usually are ones not easily seen from the gas station....

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Customers visiting the NBC downtown branch ought to take a quick stroll down to Gomez Art Supply to support a longtime downtown business with unique merchandise.

Peggy Gomez, owner and operator, opens her door to plenty of students and professionals searching for everything from specialized pens and pencils to canvas and other art supplies. Her business is booming.

“I like downtown with the people...

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NBC raised $626 from employees with a golf-putting tournament for the Longest Day, which raises funds and awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association. Customer donations are not solicited for the event, but some customers did choose to donate to the cause.

Staff putted throughout the day in the bank’s lobby in the competition among employees.

“The staff really enjoyed the final rounds and watching w...

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While switching checking to your hometown NBC can appear to be a complicated web of direct deposits and payments, we make it easy.

Personal banker Peg McDonald says customers can simply grab a free soda and sit back. She’ll do the work.

“I usually sit down with people and do the bill pay and payroll deposit paperwork while they relax,” she said. “Most of the time we get everything done in about 15...

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Nebraska Bank of Commerce held its annual open house June 9 for customers and neighbors at the 6000 Village Drive location. Burgers sizzled as NBC employees served guests and enjoyed the day.

“We’re always looking for ways to show people that we’re here for them,” said Holly Hunt, loan operations specialist.

Thomas Pearson, credit analyst agreed.  “It’s just a little way to give back,” he said.


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