Hard at Work in North Carolina
Bank of America’s rich history in North Carolina began more than 130 years ago. In 1874, a small group of Charlotte residents started Commercial National Bank to meet the needs of the fast-growing city. Eventually, Commercial National merged with other North Carolina banks to form the North Carolina National Bank (NCNB) and then NationsBank. Today’s Bank of America is still headquartered in Charlotte and has grown to become one of the nation’s largest financial institutions, providing services to half of all American households.
Apr 11, 2013
Charles Bowman is a banker at Bank of America. At least that's what we're told. It's on his LinkedIn page and his business card — both say he's the Charlotte market president, in charge of the bank's business in North Carolina… learn More about Bank of America’s Charles Bowman: 'There's an attitude shift around here'
Nov 29, 2012
Charlotte and NASCAR fans came together to express their thanks to service members and veterans. For every expression of thanks, Bank of America donated $1 to Wounded Warrior Project®… learn More about Charlotte Shows Its Support For the Troops At the Bank of America 500 Race
Nov 05, 2012
As thousands of troops return home from deployment overseas, many need help as they transition into civilian life. Bank of America has proudly supported members of the military since 1920 and has recently made a commitment to donate 1,000 properties nationwide to military veterans and first responders… learn More about Supporting the Housing Needs of America’s Veterans
The Support Center Receives a $500,000 Low-cost Loan from Bank of America to Finance Small Businesses and Create Jobs
Jul 23, 2012
The Support Center, a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) based in Raleigh, North Carolina, announced that it received a $500,000 low-cost loan from Bank of America to support their participation in the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Short Term Lending Program… learn More about The Support Center Receives a $500,000 Low-cost Loan from Bank of America to Finance Small Businesses and Create Jobs
Jul 16, 2012
When a car broke down in 1924, there were few options available. So when traveling salesman I.D. Blumenthal had his car’s radiator repaired by a Charlotte mechanic’s ‘magic powder,’ he instantly recognized its potential. I.D. partnered with the tinsmith and Solder Seal® became the first product of Radiator Specialty Company. A Company that continues to be owned and operated by The Blumenthal Family of Charlotte… learn More about Protecting Charlotte’s Manufacturing Engine
*30,047 mortgage modifications in North Carolina since 2008.