Haag Brown Commercial is excited to announce that First Community Bank intends to seek regulatory approval to open a brand-new branch in Brookland, the fastest growing city in the state of Arkansas. This proposed modern bank will be located on 1.61 acres at the signalized intersection of Highway 49 North and Highway 760 (School Street), which is the epicenter of the city’s retail and daily traffic.
Since Brookland has experienced such massive growth over the past 5 years, Haag Brown Commercial has been polling the citizens of Brookland and the surrounding area about the retail/business needs of the community. Among the various results stood the overwhelming desire for a local bank, a place where residents can take care of their finances with people they know and trust. First Community Bank, whose slogan “Where Community Comes First,” is committed to being good community partners and will be an amazing addition to the city of Brookland.
“When asked what has made our company so successful, the answer is our people. We have been so fortunate to hire quality people at First Community Bank. We truly employ professional people who are leaders in the community and the banking industry. We have also selectively branched into some of the greatest communities across Arkansas and Missouri. We continue to grow and are very excited about our future expansion into Brookland.” – Allen Williams, Community President for the Jonesboro Region | First Community Bank
Nathan Eller and Joshua Brown worked diligently with the long-time owners of the land to bring First Community Bank to Brookland.
“First Community Bank is the first of multiple companies we expect to bring to this development in Brookland. We couldn’t be happier about First Community Bank being at the entrance of our project. We hope to announce other new businesses in the coming months.” – Nathan Eller, Investment Broker | Haag Brown Commercial
Sold signs went up this week at the busy corner which has exposure to over 25,000 cars per day. Look for additional announcements in the coming months.