October 4, 2021



Teller Appreciation Week

Teller Appreciation Week

We all utilize the services of Bank Tellers at one point or another. Even if you are an avid online banking user who prides themselves in never having the need to come into the bank, there are many behind-the-scenes duties that are taken on by the bank’s team of Tellers.

Because of the nature of their duties, it can be easy to pass on the occasional appreciative comment, and that is why we are taking this entire week to celebrate our Teller superstars!  They do so much for us and our customers, so we are going to take a few days to make sure they know how much we appreciate them.

Want to help us thank them? Awesome – here are some ideas on how to help!

Stop by this Week and Help Us Celebrate Tellers

Even if you don’t have a reason to come in, we’d love to have you stop by and say hello! Acknowledging our Tellers this week is a great way to let them know that they are appreciated by you and your family.

Thank You Card or Note

Have a spare minute or two? Take some time and jot down a quick thank you card for our tellers. Even a few kind words can go a long way – especially after the crazy busy year that they have been through.

Say “Thank You”

No, I’m not your mother trying to teach you manners! I am encouraging you to give a heartfelt “thank you” the next time you find a quality moment with your Teller. And they don’t just need a “thank you” during this special week, they need it at all times of the year.

Share a Moment

Can you remember a moment in which a Teller saved the day? Or maybe there was a time when they asked about your family? Let them know you appreciated that and in doing so, you are making them feel great about that experience.

From all of us at Deerwood Bank, we are happy to serve YOU! Thank you for choosing us!

Rachel Carpenter close up

Rachel Carpenter

Office: 218.825.8946
Email: rachel.carpenter@deerwoodbank.com

Rachel Carpenter is Vice President of Retail Banking at Deerwood Bank. She graduated from Southwest Minnesota State University with a bachelors degree in Business Management. Rachel was nominated Class President of the 2019 graduating class of the Minnesota Bankers Leadership Academy and currently sits on an Emerging Leaders subcommittee for the American Bankers Association. When Rachel gets a free moment, she is an avid mountain biker and skier with her husband, Mike and sons Gavin and Logan.

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