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Testimonials

At Pine Country Bank, we take pride in providing the highest level of personal service to our customers—here are a few examples of how we’ve met the needs of people in our communities.

Go to Youtube to see the Great River Arts Testimonial

Great River Arts

Jill Moore talks about how Pine Country Bank has supported Great River Arts the entire time she's been at the nonprofit.

Go to Youtube to see the Century 21 Testimonial

Century 21

Tom Scherling & Marvin Hoheisel talk about the great experience they've had working with Pine Country Bank over the years.

Jim Dahl of Eagles Landing Golf Club, Fort Ripley:

"Each time I walk into the bank they all know me by name and it really makes it a family atmosphere. I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to me that everyone is so friendly."

Kyle Binek of Deluxe Yard Care, Sauk Rapids:

"Being young, and having no credit history, the big bank I was originally using just laughed and basically told me they would never work with me. But after meeting with Lorna at Pine Country Bank, we were able to finance the equipment we needed. I would definitely recommend any new business visit with Lorna—she will listen to your story and work with you to finance your business journey."

Lance and Tonya Enneking of Pine Ridge Golf Course, Motley:

"When we were going through the process to purchase the golf course, it felt like the people at Pine Country Bank were friends helping us figure out a way to make the transaction work for us. I would definitely recommend Pine Country to others—they help you achieve your goals—and then stand behind you to make sure you have everything you need to be successful."

Bob Lanners of RJ Lanners Trucking, Sauk Rapids:

"They know me by name—I’m not just a number. Pine Country has always helped me out through the ups and downs (in my business). They have been there for me and stood behind me through the years."

Dave, Sara Jane & Jesse Brutscher, Daystar Dairy, Little Falls

"Pine Country is truly a home town bank from their involvement in local organizations, donations to schools and being really active in the community. Being a home town bank means they are keeping their money local, lending it back here to support our local economy."

Dave Meyer, Minnesota Lawn Company, Little Falls

"Pine Country really does care about the community and it shows in many ways."