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.
Aug 09, 2013
J&R Medical’s personal touch is enabling his small business to compete with major medical equipment suppliers… learn More about Expanding and inspiring a client base
May 19, 2013
The recent fire and explosion in West, Texas, severely damaged the community and its surrounding areas. Following the disaster, our team in Texas worked closely with the Red Cross to ensure the safety of everyone affected… learn More about Helping West, Texas move forward
Aug 24, 2012
Bank of America today announced a three-year commitment to make available up to 1,000 properties to nonprofit organizations and local government programs that provide homes for injured military veterans and first responders. “This is an important expansion of our property donation and community revitalization initiatives and improves the inventory of homes these organizations focused on assisting our veterans and first responders need,” said D. Steve Boland, national mortgage outreach executive for Bank of America… learn More about Bank of America to Donate 1,000 Properties for Injured Veterans, First Responders
Aug 03, 2012
Some 40,000 Houstonians experienced homelessness in the past year, with lack of education, joblessness and mental illness all contributing to the rising epidemic of people living on the street. SEARCH Homeless Services (SEARCH) was founded in 1989 as a way to help the growing number of Houston’s homeless transition into jobs and stable housing… learn More about Transforming Lives, Building Futures in Houston
Aug 02, 2012
Holocaust survivors and Polish immigrants Sigmund, Sol, and Max Jucker arrived in Houston following World War II armed with Eastern European family recipes and a desire to start a new life. On May 8, 1949 – just four years after Liberation Day when the brothers were released from Nazi concentration camps – the Juckers opened Three Brothers Bakery… learn More about Old World Baking Traditions Feed a Hungry Houston
*Extended $610.3 million in new credit to Texas small businesses in 2012.