Arvest announced the opening of the Arvest Community Resource Center in Tulsa designed to house multiple departments with bilingual associates in one location to better serve Spanish-speaking customers with various financial needs and educational resources.

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Arvest associates will be able to assist Spanish-speaking customers in areas of mortgage, wealth management, consumer loans, business banking and retail banking. The center will also provide a larger dedicated space to conduct financial education for the community in Spanish and English.

Located at 4301 S. Garnett Road in Tulsa, the Arvest Community Resource Center is an expansion of the bank’s previous Financial Education Resource Center, which was created more than 8 years ago to conduct financial education for the Hispanic community in Tulsa.

“We’re very excited to open the doors to the Arvest Community Resource Center, as we have seen continued demand for financial resources in our Hispanic community,” said Kirk Hays, Arvest Bank President for the Tulsa region. “We believe this one-stop-shop approach is unique to assisting not just our Spanish-speaking community but everyone who might be looking for financial resources. This center truly reflects our bank’s mission: People helping people find financial solutions for life.”

Open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 pm., the Arvest Community Resource Center provides services to all Spanish- and English-speaking customers.

“As a community-focused bank, we’re committed to providing transformational products and services that help individuals, families and businesses thrive,” said Andy Chapa, Business Development Representative with Arvest Bank in Tulsa. “This new center is designed to offer an inclusive environment for everyone, and we look forward to assisting customers with their financial needs now and in the future.”