Sonoma County Summit State Bank has revamped its brand logo with bright new hues and type styles.
The community bank made the announcement of its new brand identity earlier this week.
The updated brand identity reflects the dynamic community bank it has evolved into today. The bank celebrated its 37th year on Jan. 1 and has grown from its roots as Summit Savings and Loan Association when it opened in 1982 in Rohnert Park to a $595 million community bank headquartered in Santa Rosa.
“We’re refreshing our brand to better reflect how we are keeping pace with the ever-changing banking industry and the ways people do their banking. We are investing in technology to make banking simple and offering the latest products and services. We have expanded our Small Business Administration lending program and have continued our support of Sonoma County Women in Conversation. Our new look better matches our unique position as a community-focused bank that is committed to investing in our employees, customers and community,” Jim Brush, president and chief executive officer of Summit, said in a press release.
Visit summitstatebank.com to explore its newly updated website and learn more about Summit State Bank.
– Submitted by Roni Brown