09/14/2017: Allpoint Network adds Speedway
Effective September 15, 2017, 1,500 Speedway ATMs will become part of the Allpoint Network and enabled surcharge-free for your cardholders. Speedway is the nation’s second largest company-owned and operated convenience store chain with an industry-leading rewards program. Most stores also offer gasoline, increasing the utility and value for consumers. All Speedway convenience store ATMs – […]Continue Reading..
PITSBURG – Franklin Monroe came away with the championship as eight Cross County Conference volleyball teams competed in the Greenville Federal Volleyball Invitational on Saturday at Franklin Monroe. “They did a great job,” Franklin Monroe volleyball coach Angie Filbrun said of her team’s play in the tournament. “Worked hard all day and played well as […]Continue Reading..
07/11/2017: GF Once Again an Annie Oakley Festival Sponsor
JoEllen Melling, President of the Annie Oakley Festival Committee, met with Jeff D. Kniese, President and CEO of Greenville Federal, to receive their sponsorship on behalf of the 2017 festival. Greenville Federal has helped sponsor this Darke County long-time honored tradition for many years. Giving back to local communities has long been a trademark of […]Continue Reading..
07/06/2017: Small Business Spotlight: Joe Johnson Chevrolet
Small businesses are an extremely crucial part of American life because they are the lifeblood of our whole economy. Most businesses are small to medium in size and are basically the foundation upon which our entire country and economy was built. Please enjoy our new quarterly feature called Small Business Spotlight, that will highlight a small business in […]Continue Reading..
06/26/2017: GF Supports The Gathering At Garst
Pictured: Jenny Clark, Chairman of Gathering at Garst, Jeff D. Kniese, President and CEO of Greenville Federal Greenville Federal, a long time sponsor of The Gathering at Garst, is once again showing its support for this award winning event. The Gathering was chosen as BEST SUMMER FESTIVAL by the readers of Ohio Magazine for a […]Continue Reading..