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March 22, 1996 - Image 2

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-22

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THE BIG BANK ACCOUNT OFFICER
REPLACEMENT MACHINE

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emember when banking in your home town meant familiar faces and people who knew
your name? If your bank has been gobbled up in a series of mergers and acquisitions, the
account officer who served you last month could be helping someone somewhere else today.
Assembly line personnel may be acceptable to the big banks, but at Franklin Bank, we prefer a
different approach. You can always count on our superior service from professionals who will
be around when you need them tomorrow. We offer banking with a personal touch.
No assembly required.

Franklin Bank

= (810) 358-5170

Southfield • Birmingham • Grosse Pointe Woods

THE NEW THINKING IN BANKING FOR BUSINESS

FDIC Insured

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