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Main Street Minute: Locally owned Pinnacle Bank adding 2 sites

Jan 2, 2018, 9:29 AM

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KTAR’s Main Street Minute focuses on local businesses that are hiring, opening and hosting events across the community. Stories air each weekday on KTAR at 7:27 a.m.

Pinnacle Bank plans to double its presence in the Valley. The Phoenix Business Journal reports the banking institution will open its third bank next month, this one in the Deer Valley Airpark. Another will open in Tempe after that. Pinnacle also has sites in Phoenix and Scottsdale.

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Main Street Minute: Locally owned Pinnacle Bank adding 2 sites