Citizens Bank of Edmond’s 118 Birthday Celebration at Heard on Hurd Shows Why Citizens Bank of Edmond Will Be Here for Another 118 Years
Edmond, Okla. (April 23, 2019) – Over the weekend, Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd returned to the corner of Broadway and Hurd in downtown Edmond to celebrate the bank’s 118th birthday in coordination with a “Spring has Sprung” themed prize egg hunt. The April event welcomed 32 food and beverage vendors along with 14 retail pop ups with an outstanding turnout for one of the largest events up to date in the streets of downtown Edmond.
Festival goers enjoyed hunting down the prize eggs and exchanged them for Citizens Bank of Edmond swag items, Heard on Hurd t-shirts, and tickets to upcoming concerts at Tower Theatre.
Three talented local artists rocked the stage with sounds ranging from one of a kind freestyle brass bass by S.E.A.R.C.H. Committee, blues and folk by Levi Parham, and fiery rock ‘n’ roll with a blues twist by headliner KALO.
Event attendees were able to learn about the featured nonprofit of the month, Red Day Run. Red stands for Renew, Energize and Donate and is Keller Williams Realty’s Annual Day of Servicehttp://www.coffeecreek.org/ which will be held on May 11th. More information about the race and the charities can be found here.
“It is almost unbelievable that the Edmond community has been supporting our small local bank for 118 years,” said Citizens Bank of Edmond’s president and CEO Jill Castilla. “Ever since our humble beginnings on the same intersection in 1901, we have strived to create a lasting impact on our community and this month’s event reminded us of the unrelenting support from our customers and friends as we plan to be supporting the community for another 118 years.”
Don’t miss next month’s event as Don’t Tell Dena, Jason Scott, and Vandoliers take the main stage.