Dacotah Bank Supports Rural as a Leadership Partner

Posted on June 11, 2019

Carey Grosdidier
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Serving both rural and urban locations across North and South Dakota and extending into Minnesota, Dacotah Bank is found in many of the communities that are also partners of Dakota Resources. While the steady growth of Dacotah Bank gives them the ability to compete with national banks and banks owned by international firms, the regional entity has repeatedly decided to remain a community bank with decisions made close to home.

“We believe in the mission of Dakota Resources and the positive impact they have had for our rural communities,” says Brad Moore, Mid-Dakota Region President for Dacotah Bank. “Through ruralX, Dakota Resources provides an opportunity for members of our rural communities to build a strong network of people who work together to help rural thrive.”

As a Dakota Resources Leadership Partner, Dacotah Bank is an important sponsor of ruralX and is also able to connect to rural community members through the Learning Network and other Dakota Resources events and gatherings. Brad is also on the Dakota Resources Board of Directors.

“My hope is that people come together at ruralX to share similar challenges and opportunities and to take away some ideas that lead to real impact for their rural communities,” he says.

RuralX will be held June 19 and 20 in Mitchell SD at Mitchell Wesleyan Church. To find more information about speakers, agenda and registration, visit www.ruralx.org or contact tyrelle@dakotaresources.org.




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