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Texas

More Texas small businesses are fueling the economy with $610.3 million in new credit.*

Hard at Work in Texas

Bank of America began serving Texas almost 100 years ago. First Republic National Bank opened its doors in Dallas in 1920 and grew in popularity by offering extended banking hours. It built relationships with oil producers and became the largest bank in Texas in 1948. First Republic entered the Bank of America family when North Carolina National Bank acquired it in 1989. Today, Bank of America is one of the nation’s largest financial institutions and provides services to half of all American households.

 

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Making watercolors accessible for everyone

Mar 27, 2014

Behind Bank of America’s support of the Sargent Watercolors exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston…  learn More about Making watercolors accessible for everyone

Houston Community Spotlight

Apr 02, 2014

We're making new connections in Houston every day. Explore these stories and see how we're helping support local businesses, fuel the economy, and bring the community closer together. Community spotlight stories featured: Largest Magritte collection coming to Houston, A home fit for a Purple Heart, First-generation American heads to the Ivy League…  learn More about Houston Community Spotlight

Houston food bank

Feeding Houston families

Mar 03, 2014

Bank of America is committed to helping the Houston Food Bank provide hunger relief to Southeast Texas…  learn More about Feeding Houston families

CultureMap

Houston's Real Hunger Game: The Holidays Aren't So Sweet...

Dec 24, 2013

IN THE NEWS (CultureMap): For many of us the holidays are about an abundance of friends, family, gifts and food. BFF holiday lunches at Tony’s, roasted turkey with all the trimmings, cocktails and gifts of bottles of wine with little bows attached…  learn More about Houston's Real Hunger Game: The Holidays Aren't So Sweet...

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Old Fort Worth Neighborhood, Divided By Interstate 35, Renewed Piece By Piece

Dec 11, 2013

IN THE NEWS (Fort Worth Star-Telegram): FORT WORTH — When Interstate 35W sliced through the near east side of Fort Worth in the late 1950s, neighborhoods were severed and lives uprooted in many close-knit minority communities…  learn More about Old Fort Worth Neighborhood, Divided By Interstate 35, Renewed Piece By Piece




*Extended $610.3 million in new credit to Texas small businesses in 2012.

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We look forward to continuing to work with Bank of America to strengthen our financial position. It has been an enduring and productive relationship, and we have benefited from the bank’s expertise.

Sidney Ribeau
President, Howard University