First Federal Savings Will Bowl for Kids' Sake! in the 30th Annual Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Bankers Challenge

Darcell Purefoy
February 17, 2011

Clarksville, TN First Federal Savings Bank and many other local banks will participate in the "Bankers Challenge," Bowl for Kids' Sake!, on Thursday, March 3, 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm, at Skyline Lanes, 201 Kraft Street, Clarksville, TN. hosted by Big Brothers and Big Sisters.

First Federal plans to surpass its goal of $3500 last year to $5000 this year to support Big Brothers and Big Sisters worthy cause at the "Bankers Challenge." This financial institution believes the importance of giving back to the community, supporting the local youth and being an advocate for Big Brothers and Big Sisters. The goal is to become a part of the solution to educate and mentor the youth in the community.

Jim Durrett, Vice President of Business Development will be bowling and playing a huge part in the banks success of achieving the goal at this event. He said, "If we exceed our goal and reach $6000 I will dye my hair blond." He added, "If we achieve $6500 I will shave my head bald." His competitive nature has struck a chord so other banks should be ready for the challenge. He is looking forward to an exciting evening of fun and meeting families and the community.

If you are interested in donating and would like to help Jim with the challenge please visit one of our local five branches or call 931.552.6167 If you are interested in learning more about the First Federal's Bankers Challenge, and the banks community involvement please contact Cindy Smith at 931.920.1522. If you think you would like to participate in the Bowl for Kids' Sake!, please contact the Big Brothers and Big Sisters at 931-647-1418.

First Federal Savings Bank is a federally chartered savings bank, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of First Advantage Bancorp headquartered in Clarksville, TN. It is listed and traded on NASDAQ Global Markets under the symbol FABK. First Federal, the oldest locally-based bank in Montgomery County, has five banking locations, availability of 23 ATMs throughout Clarksville, and provides a full array of consumer, commercial, investment, and mortgage-based services. It is a member of the FDIC and is an Equal Housing Lender.