Bradford National Bank hosted the December Business After Hours sponsored by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce Thursday night, December 4. A large crowd was on hand to visit and network with their peers in the business community.
Frank Joy, CEO of Bradford National Bank, welcomed the gathering and provided updates on numerous programs at the bank, including the Go Local program slated for December 17. He then introduced Rex Catron, chair of the Greenville Bicentennial Committee, who provided updates on that organization’s plans for 2015. And there was also a visit from Santa who handed out gifts to those attending.
Food for the event was provided by 2 Marthas, desserts were provided by the Sweetest Things, and a coffee bar was set up by Adam Brothers. In addition, the Bicentennial Committee had their merchandise store open and the Bradford National Bank float, which won first place in the Highland Christmas parade, was on display fully lighted in the banks parking lot. The float was built by Johnson Signs & Designs of Greenville.