Hoosier Heartland State Bank is improving security at their Ladoga, New Ross and Roachdale branches with the installation of new secure entry systems.
“The safety and security of our team members and customers is our top priority,” said HHSB President Brad Monts. “These security enhancements will allow our team to identify anyone who is entering the branch, before they walk in. It’s quick and easy and adds an extra layer of security to our customers’ banking experience.”
Local company Haley’s Lock, Safe & Keys installed HHSB’s first secure entry system at their Linden branch in February. They will begin installing the new systems in Ladoga, New Ross, and Roachdale this week.
“Our new secure entry system has been a seamless transition for our customers,” said Hannah Olin, an account specialist at the Linden branch. “These systems are a lot like what you’d see at our local schools; simply push a button and wait for our team to buzz you in.”
HHSB is a locally owned and operated Montgomery County bank which consists of a team of individuals who value customers, family and community. HHSB offers consumer and commercial banking products, investment services, phone, online and mobile banking and bill pay, unmatched personal service, and a genuine commitment to bettering the communities in which they live.
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