21 December 2012
President’s Letter: Opening the Door to 2013

Letter from Dallas Haun

As we near the end of this year, it’s fitting to recognize that whatever success Nevada State Bank enjoyed in 2012 was due to the relationships we’ve developed with our clients, many of whom have been with us for the long term, through good times and challenging times.  I believe that our fates are linked: as families and businesses in Nevada begin to recover from the recession, we will all enjoy a return to prosperity together.

While difficult times remain due to the constraints of the economy, I am confident that better times are ahead.  Each month, the Bank sponsors a newspaper column by economic analyst Jeremy Aguero, titled “A Positive Attitude.”  Not only do we have high hopes for the future of Nevada, but we also believe that attitude is important to achieving success, both personally and in business.   I invite you to read some of these columns on our website: www.nsbank.com/about_us/forecast.

The end of the year is also a good time to reflect on what Nevada State Bank accomplished in 2012.  In keeping with our Core Value of Community, bank colleagues throughout the state taught financial literacy classes to hundreds of students through Junior Achievement®, Get Smart about Credit and Teach Children to Save.  We participated in events like the Heart Walk®, the KLUC Toy Drive, the March for Babies®, and the Reno Rodeo Foundation Denim Drive.  Colleagues volunteered at the Veterans Guest House, Las Vegas Rescue Mission, Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful, and many other organizations, and donated to the United Way® campaign.  I’m proud that so many colleagues donated their time, efforts and money for these worthy causes.

I’d like to take this time to wish each and every one of you a happy holiday season and a healthy New Year.  I look forward to continuing our journey together and to opening the door to our shared future.

Best Regards,

Dallas Haun
President and CEO
Nevada State Bank


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