Landmark Bank and local Chamber of Commerce officials cut the ribbon to celebrate the launch of the new Landmark Bank retail location in Frisco, Texas on Thursday. Community leaders packed the branch at Custer & Eldorado to become Landmarks with a state-of-the-art 3D scanning system that snapped photos to create mini lifelike 3D models for each guest.
As part of the grand opening, throughout March, Frisco and McKinney residents who open a Frisco Better Free Checking Account will get their own 3D printed model for free!
“We’ve been making our customers Landmarks for years through individualized attention and services that empower customers to bank when, where, and how they want,” said Randy Hensarling, Regional President for Landmark Bank. “Now we’re literally making our customers Landmarks with these 3D models. It’s the perfect blend of technology personal service and interaction. And it’s our way of showing that our customers are our top priority.”
The new location in Frisco is Landmark Bank’s first full-service retail location in the area, equipped for all personal and business banking needs. Landmark is already a familiar name locally thanks to its commercial lending team spearheaded by longtime Texans Kris & Kyle Beall. Landmark Bank’s size hits the sweet spot, offering quick, local service for businesses large and small, and high loan capacity.
“Landmark Bank has had a home here in Texas for many years and it’s an exciting time to be part of the growth in Collin County and surrounding communities,” Hensarling said. “We have a lot of friends and customers in Frisco and McKinney, so now we can meet their needs even better with a full-service branch.”
When you walk into the new Frisco branch, you’ll immediately notice a new kind of experience—a unique lobby with non-traditional teller lines, and some of the best bankers in the business who will learn your name and guide you through all of life’s financial stages.
Landmark Bank is also unique in that its drive-thru is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day, including Sundays! This means you can bank on your schedule with easy to use video teller machines staffed by real people. “We believe customers shouldn’t have to sacrifice great customer service just because they bank when banks are typically closed,” Hensarling added.