Fremont Bank Donates Needed Services to KGO Radio's 23rd Annual Thanksgiving Charities
FREMONT, Calif., Nov. 9, 2011 Fremont Bank, the leading full-service community bank in Northern California, will donate online credit card processing services to support news talk radio station KGO's (810 AM) fundraising efforts for the St. Anthony Foundation's Thanksgiving dinner, which is part of the station's 23rd annual Thanksgiving Charities drive. This will be the bank's third year of supporting this important community event. The KGO Thanksgiving Charities drive also supports Sacred Heart Community Service, St. Vincent de Paul (Alameda County) and Fresh Start (Walnut Creek).
“We are proud to again support KGO Radio on their long-standing Thanksgiving Charities. At a time when fees for financial services are rising, our contribution saves St. Anthony's Foundation costs of approximately $2,000. They have worked tirelessly for close to a quarter of a century helping the community and those in need, and we applaud their remarkable efforts,”said Fremont Bank's executive vice president Howard Hyman. “We encourage our staff and clients to visit the KGO Radio website to learn more and support the organizations that are part of this special event.”
About Fremont Bank
Fremont Bank (www.fremontbank.com) is the leading full-service community bank in Northern California. Founded in 1964, Fremont Bank is one of the oldest independent family owned and managed banks in the region and focuses on personalized service for individuals and businesses. It serves communities through 18 branches and seven additional ATMs throughout the Greater Bay Area. Exceptional client service is the cornerstone of Fremont Bank's business. Accommodation of customer needs in a friendly, personal atmosphere characterizes the Bank's culture.
About KGO Newstalk 810
As one of the top-rated radio stations in the Bay Area since the early 1970s, KGO's interactive news/talk format is in the foreground of their listeners' homes, cars and offices, engaging, encouraging and informing them every single day. KGO's 50,000 watt broadcast signal reaches over 500,000 people each week. During the day, their signal can be heard from as far north as Redding, east to Quincy, south to Fresno and to the coast in San Luis Obispo. During evening hours, the signal reaches into Canada, as far east as Colorado and deep into Mexico.