April 3, 2020
During this tough time, we are so grateful to have great clients to serve. Our staff has been doing a lot of outreach to customers during this time. It’s been a really positive experience for both our team members, and the customers. Sometimes life gets so busy that staying connected is hard to do. This time is giving us all a chance to “reconnect” even though it may not be in person.
Our offices are still open and operating our normal hours during the Stay Home Minnesota order issued by Governor Walz as serving financial needs is deemed essential to our communities. Even though we may be doing things a little differently, we are still able to serve your needs. Our investment in providing technology to our staff and customers is certainly helping improve and maintain a seamless service connection whenever possible.
We are continuing to assess information that is being published almost daily by various government agencies in regards to relief for individuals and businesses. We’re all learning and growing in this experience together, and stay tuned for more information.
We’re here to help you get there.
Scott D. Bradley
Assistance for COVID-19 Pandemic
United Prairie Bank has been serving our customers and communities for over 100 years, and we are here to provide support to you during the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Due to the financial hardships many may be facing as a result of this outbreak, we are prepared to act.
If you or your business should find yourself in a position of unusual hardship due the COVID-19 pandemic, contact your banker.
For the health and safety of our customers, employees and communities, we suspended lobby access at our branch locations on March 19th. If you wish to contact your banker to discuss assistance options, or for any other reason, please reach out by phone or email, and an appointment can be scheduled if needed.
We are here to help you.
Scott D. Bradley, President/CEO
CLOSING LOBBY HOURS AS OF MARCH 19, 2020
March 17, 2020
The safety and health of our employees and customers is, as always, our top priority in this time. As we watch the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic situation evolve, we will follow safety guidelines outlined by government health organizations.
As of Thursday, March 19th, United Prairie will be closing lobby hours for our Bank, Insurance, and Investment locations until further notice. We will continue to serve our clients in the most responsible settings as possible as follows:
Not only is your health a priority, but also your financial security. We are here to help you. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have questions or concerns, or if you need assistance.
We have additional tools to help you continue to manage your banking if you prefer to stay at home or work.
March 16, 2020 Update
United Prairie is continuing to stay on top of the current situation. Our priority continues to be serving our clients, and maintaining the well-being of our staff and customers alike.
All of our banking, insurance and investment locations are currently open for normal business hours at this time. Any of our clients who prefer not to do business in person are welcome to explore use of our online and mobile services, or reach our helpful staff members on the phone.
Our leadership team continues to keep informed of changes in the current environment and recommendations from health and government agencies. We will continue to post updates as any changes arise.
As always, our focus will continue to be to serve our customers and assure their physical and financial safety. Please feel free to call your local United Prairie office with any questions or concerns you may have.
March 13, 2020
As the news of the spread of the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, continues to bring uncertainty, it’s important that we all maintain our values as a strong community in the face of hardship.
We at United Prairie want you to rest assured that we are committed and prepared to continue to serve you, and to keeping our employees and customers’ safety and health a top priority.
United Prairie leaders are continuously monitoring information updates from federal and state health organizations to stay informed of updates and recommended public safety actions. We are well prepared for these situations. United Prairie has plans in place to help ensure our services continue as seamlessly as possible for our clients. Our critical systems and staff can maintain operations to support you in safe and secure settings.
Once again, we are dedicated to continuing to serve you. If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to any of your trusted United Prairie team members. Thank you for your business.
Scott D. Bradley, President/Chief Executive Office