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Zions Bank - Heritage Business Award

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 October 3, 1873, Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Company opened it doors just after it was incorporated under the laws of the Utah Territory by Governor Brigham Young to become Utah's first chartered savings bank and trust company. During its first day of business the bank's cashier and tellers recorded deposits of just under $6,000.00.

Zions Bank (with no apostrophe since 1957) continues its legacy of strength and stability as one of the oldest financial institutions in the Intermountain West and is known for giving locally to non-profit and volunteer organizations. Zions Bank host evens like ‘Teach Children to Save Day’—a bankwide event designed to help K–12 students understand the importance of saving for the future, the Zions Bank Paint-a-Thon—an annual event that brings employees, their families and friends together to paint homes of senior citizens and the disabled and over the years, Zions’ employees have painted more than 850 homes in Idaho and Utah, many of them older homes.

Their community support efforts are made possible through the sponsoring local arts, culture, and preservation efforts. In addition to spurring local economic development in Utah’s smaller communities.

October 3, 1873, Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Company opened it doors just after it was incorporated under the laws of the Utah Territory by Governor Brigham Young to become Utah's first chartered savings bank and trust company. During its first day of business the bank's cashier and tellers recorded deposits of just under $6,000.00.

Zions Bank (with no apostrophe since 1957) continues its legacy of strength and stability as one of the oldest financial institutions in the Intermountain West and is known for giving locally to non-profit and volunteer organizations. Zions Bank host evens like ‘Teach Children to Save Day’—a bankwide event designed to help K–12 students understand the importance of saving for the future, the Zions Bank Paint-a-Thon—an annual event that brings employees, their families and friends together to paint homes of senior citizens and the disabled and over the years, Zions’ employees have painted more than 850 homes in Idaho and Utah, many of them older homes.

            Their community support efforts are made possible through the sponsoring local arts, culture, and preservation efforts. In addition to spurring local economic development in Utah’s smaller communities.