CCNB Names Hucks SVP North Strand Market Executive

CCNB Names Hucks SVP North Strand Market Executive

March 18, 2015 • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – Coastal Carolina National Bank Announces Robert P. Hucks II Senior Vice President CCNB’s New North Myrtle Beach Location
March 20, 2015   Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB) promotes Robert P. Hucks II to the position of Senior Vice President/North Strand Market Executive.  Hucks, who joined CCNB in 2010, has contributed to the banks growth while serving most recently in the capacity of Commercial Team Leader/SVP.
“Robert has consistently been our top commercial loan producer and we’re very excited to have him lead our entrance into the North Myrtle Beach market,” says Laurence Bolchoz, President and Chief Executive Officer of Coastal Carolina National Bank.  “Our new North Myrtle Beach location is now open at the corner of Hwy 17 Business and 11th Ave North. Monday, March 23, begins a week of festivities celebrating our entrance into the North Strand. Please stop by and introduce yourself to Robert and our dynamic team. ”
Hucks is a Horry County native with fourteen years of regional and community banking experience. Although he will concentrate on commercial lending and the branch’s overall growth, Hucks will also
spearhead the bank’s community involvement efforts throughout the North Strand.
“As a community bank, we understand the importance of civic responsibility. Being active in the community allows us to better understand our local economy so we can better serve our customers,” says Hucks. Without a sense of caring, there can be no community. Our entire CCNB staff genuinely cares about our customers, and that’s what makes us different.”
Hucks is a member of the Waccamaw Sertoma Club and serves on the board of the Little River Medical Center
(Treasurer) and the Better Business Bureau of Coastal Carolina.  Hucks is also involved in Horry County Schools where he spends time speaking with students about the importance of financial literacy.
He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina, the South Carolina Bankers School and LSU’s Graduate School of Banking.