Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) has named Gary Staley as Vice President/ North Strand Manager of CCNB’s newest location in North Myrtle Beach, and will play a vital role in the branch’s growth and development. “Gary’s expertise in the financial industry runs deep,” say Laurence Bolchoz, President and CEO of Coastal Carolina National Bank. “Our customers benefit from working with a lender who really knows the beach well,” says Bolchoz. “Gary’s first-hand experience and success in mortgage lending throughout the Carolinas, makes him the perfect addition to our North Myrtle Beach team. Staley, a native of Fayetteville, North Carolina, is a member of the South Brunswick Islands Rotary Club and serves on the Board of Directors of the Brunswick County Literacy Council. Prior to joining CCNB, Staley served as VP/Branch Manager for South State Bank in Sunset Beach, and is the former Mayor Pro Tem and Commissioner for the town of Holden Beach, North Carolina.
Coastal Carolina National Bank Names New Commercial Loan Officer for North Myrtle Beach
March 13, 2015 Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) is pleased to announce the addition of Austin Cox as a Commercial Loan Officer who’s primary focus will be on new business development, and community involvement in the North Strand market.
“I am looking forward to the opening of our new branch In North Myrtle Beach slated to open soon,” says Cox. “CCNB’s motto is ‘We Can Do That’, so I am eager to work with business owners on the North Strand and find unique ways to help businesses succeed.”
In March, Coastal Carolina National Bank will open a third retail location operating inside a temporary facility while a permanent CCNB building is being constructed at the corner of 11th Avenue North and Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach. CCNB has a branch in Garden City, and is headquartered in Myrtle Beach.
Prior to joining CCNB, Austin worked in the banking industry in the North Myrtle Beach and Little River, most recently as a business development officer. Cox is a member of the Little River
Rotary Club and is a Chamber Ambassador for the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce. In 2012 he was named “Chamber Ambassador of the Year”. Cox also serves on the Board of the Little River Chamber of Commerce. Cox is a graduate of North Carolina State University and resides in Longs, South Carolina.
Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) is pleased to announce Maura Utley has joined the staff as the new VP/Director of Marketing. Utley, who has over 30 years industry experience, will focus on developing and implementing creative marketing strategies for the bank, and play a vital role in the company’s community involvement.
“Maura’s position as Director of Marketing, complements CCNB’s plans for growth,” says Laurence Bolchoz, President and CEO of Coastal Carolina National Bank. “Maura’s creativity, passion and
can-do-spirit, embody what our team is all about. She has already made a great contribution to our team in a very short period of time,” says Bolchoz.
A native of Middlefield, Connecticut, Utley moved to Murrells Inlet in 1996 after being recruited by Waccamaw Pottery to be the company’s creative director. She earned a BFA from University of Hartford and attended other Connecticut schools for post-graduate studies. Before joining the staff at CCNB, Utley was the VP of Brand Development for MVP Group International, a candle a home scents company
located in Charleston, South Carolina. Prior to moving to the Grand Strand, Utley was the Executive Creative Director for Ethan Allen Inc., in Danbury, Connecticut, and worked in advertising for May Company department stores as a fashion art director.
“It’s wonderful to be working with a team who genuinely cares for the customers we serve, and the community in which we live. Being part of Coastal Carolina National Bank’s mission to be the best community bank at the beach is something I am excited about and very grateful for,” says Utley.
Coastal Carolina National Bank is proud to annouce the promotion of Amy Rogers to Asst. Branch Manager of it’s Grissom Parkway Office. “Amy brings passion and enthusiasm in the door with her everyday. She is a joy to work with and provides our customers with superior service”, says Laurence Bolchoz, President/CEO of CCNB. Amy has more than 15 years of quality local banking experience. She is an active member of Journey Church and enjoys singing in their praise and worship band. Amy also serves with her husband as care & admin pastors. Call Amy with your banking questions today at 843.839.2265 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
CCNB is proud to announce the addition of Carla Hindle as Mortgage Loan Originator. Carla joins CCNB with more than 8 years experience helping families realize their dream of home ownership. “Carla is a wonderful addition to our local, friendly, and responsive mortgage team”, said Laurence Bolchoz, President/CEO of Coastal Carolina National Bank. Call Carla today at 843-839-3069 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org for all your mortgage loan questions. (NMLS# 211243)
126 Students Have Received Certification In Financial Literacy Since The Early College High School And Coastal Carolina National Bank Partnership Began in 2011
Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) reported today on the progress of an ongoing initiative to bring financial literacy education to high school students in Horry County, S.C. by providing them with access to the EverFi Financial Literacy Platform. Through the EverFi platform, students can become certified in over 600 topics in financial education, enabling them to become more informed and responsible citizens. CCNB has partnered with the Horry County K-12 Foundation and EverFi, Inc. to bring the interactive financial management program to the students of The Early College High School at no cost to the school.
The school year that began in 2013 was the third year of implementation for the partnership which first began in 2011. The program has been offered to the senior AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) class during the 2nd semester of each school year. To date, there have been 126 students who have received their certification in financial literacy, a valuable mark of distinction on college applications and resumes.
“We think this is an excellent opportunity for students to receive additional instruction in personal financial fitness just before they leave high school to embark off to a college/university and/or the workplace,” said Joan Grimmet, acting principal of The Early College High School when the program began.
Since CCNB opened in 2009, it has been committed to serving the Horry County market and those who live and work there. The bank supports community programs through partnerships such as the one with the Horry County K-12 Foundation and EverFi.
“As a community bank, we’re committed to providing financial guidance to our customers and those in the community,” said Laurence S. Bolchoz, president and chief executive officer of Coastal Carolina National Bank. “One way we do that is by offering a financial program that reaches young adults at a critical time in their lives, just before they enter the workforce or go off to college.”
June 20, 2013, Myrtle Beach, S.C. — Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) in Myrtle Beach, S.C., has named Robert S. (Bobby) Sunday Senior Branch Manager/Vice President of CCNB’s main branch on 38th Avenue. He will be responsible for leading the retail branch team in all production, consumer lending, business development and operational aspects.
Sunday has more than 10 years of banking experience in the Grand Strand market.
“Bobby is a wonderful addition to our CCNB team,” said Laurence S. Bolchoz, president and chief executive officer of Coastal Carolina National Bank. “He has a solid background in banking and has strong leadership skills.”
Sunday is a member of the Murrells Inlet Rotary Club and a volunteer with the United Way of Horry County. He enjoys playing golf, fishing and spending time with his family. A graduate of Clemson University, he currently lives in Conway with his wife Tracy and son Owen.
About Coastal Carolina National Bank
A Myrtle Beach-based community bank serving Horry and Georgetown counties, Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) began doing business in June 2009. As a community-oriented and locally-operated financial institution focused on providing personalized service, CCNB offers a full-range of banking services designed to meet the specific needs of individuals and small and medium-sized businesses. The bank is headquartered in Myrtle Beach and recently opened its second branch in Garden City.
More information is available online at www.myccnb.com or by calling Coastal Carolina National Bank at 839-2265.
Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB), headquartered in Myrtle Beach, S.C., plans to relocate its headquarters to a prominent location on the corner of 38th Avenue North and Grissom Parkway. The new location is expected to open on February 4, 2013. The current location at 2305 Oak Street, will remain open until the relocation is complete.
The new headquarters building, located at 1012 38th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach, will be named the “CCNB Center.” CCNB will have its 8,100 square foot branch office on the first floor and also occupy half of the third floor. The new headquarters will include a customer- centric bank lobby, a 24-hour ATM, as well as drive-through window service. This new location is significantly larger than CCNB’s original location, and will be easier for customers to access.
“The new location will make CCNB more visible in the community,” said Laurence S. Bolchoz, Jr., president and chief executive officer of Coastal Carolina National Bank. “It will also be more convenient for our customers, who can now approach us off two major roadways, 38th Avenue North and Grissom Parkway. These are exciting times for CCNB. We’ll be opening our Garden City branch in January and we’ve had a profitable third quarter. Our business is growing and the new headquarters location will give us the flexibility to expand as needed. We appreciate the support of our customers whose loyalty to CCNB has provided us with the opportunity to grow.”
Stephanie Springs English Branch Manager of New Branch in Garden City
Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) in Myrtle Beach, S.C., has named Stephanie Springs English as branch manager of CCNB’s newest location in Garden City. She will play a key role in the growth and development of CCNB’s newest branch along the South Strand.
Prior to joining CCNB, English worked at DSL Marketing as an account executive. In addition, she has several years of experience in the banking industry along the Grand Strand.
“We are pleased to have Stephanie as the branch manager of our Garden City location,” said Laurence S. Bolchoz, Jr., president and chief executive officer of Coastal Carolina National Bank. “As an experienced community banker, she understands the importance of relationship banking. As a native and current resident of the South Strand, she is also familiar with the needs of its residents. Working closely with our South Strand manager, Kyle Hawley, we anticipate that she will play a pivotal role in the success of our newest location, and in our future growth along the South Strand.” Continue reading “Coastal Carolina National Bank Names Stephanie Springs English Branch Manager Of New Garden City Location” »