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Come Home to Franklin County® hits goal 

HAMPTON, IOWA -- "Mission Accomplished!" announced Hampton State Bank President and CEO Brad Davis, referring to the bank's Come Home to Franklin County® program at a news conference March 26, 2010.

Come Home to Franklin County® has been an unqualified success and has achieved its initial $1 million goal.  A total of $1,445,153 has been loaned to 18 households.  These former residents now live in Franklin County, pay property taxes, use the county's medical facilities, attend school, shop in local businesses, and more than likely are volunteering in some of the many organizations that strive to make Franklin County an even better place to live.

In the fall of 2005, Hampton State Bank launched its unique economic development initiative, Come Home to Franklin County®.  The program offered $1 million in below market rate loans and other financial benefits to graduates of high schools located in Franklin County -- West Form (formerly SCMT), Hampton-Dumont, and CAL Community School, approximately 6,800 individuals -- to entice them to return to live in Franklin County.

"We are very pleased to know that this program impacts not only the lives of the individuals who are taking advantage of this program," stated Davis, "but that Come Home to Franklin County® is benefiting Franklin County as a whole."

According to Davis, Joel and Stephanie McWilliams' decision to take advantage of Come Home to Franklin County® put the program over its initial $1 million goal.

Now that the initial goal has been surpassed, Davis also announced that Hampton State Bank is committing a second $1 million to its Come Home to Franklin County® initiative effective immediately.

Joel and Stephanie are both graduates of Hampton-Dumont Community School, Joel in 2003 and Stephanie in 2002.  Joel went on to graduate from NIACC and is an officer on the Hampton Policy Department.  Stephanie is also employed in Hampton.  As Joel and Stephanie noted, "Hampton State Bank's Come Home to Franklin County® program made returning to our hometown easy.  We heard about the program from our parents, and were thrilled because the program's benefits helped make it financially possible.  Since we grew up in Franklin County, we knew about all the nice things the county has to offer.  We always had in our minds that we would like to come home.  Our family still lives in Hampton and it is important for us to be close to family.  The staff at Hampton State Bank made everything easy for us and were extremely professional and patient throughout the process.  Thank you, Hampton state Bank, for helping us "Come Home!"

Now that the intial goal has been surpassed, Davis also announced that Hampton state bank is committing a second $1 million to its Come Home to Franklin County® initiative effective immediately.

 Area Employment Opportunities


BUSINESSCONTACT
ABCM Corporation and Long Term Medical Supply1320 4th St NE
Hampton IA 50441
641-456-5636

Todd Allbee, Human Resources
Access Incorporated

Community services; employment services program
PO Box 268
Hampton IA 50441
641-456-2532
Fax: 641-456-4682

Harry Jacoby
Mary Knutson
Agri Careers, Inc.800-394-6638

Judy Meyer, Personnel Specialist
CAL Community School1441 Gull Ave
Latimer IA 50452
641-579-6087

Dwight Widen, Superintendent
City of HamptonRon Dunt, City Manager
Fareway Stores

Grocery store
309 Central Avenue West
Hampton IA 50441

641-456-5253 for
Rick Shaull, Store Manager

641-456-2756 for
Walt Mason, Meat Department Manager
Franklin General Hospital

Acute care and nursing facility
1720 Central Ave East
Hampton IA 50441
641-456-5000

Kim Price, Administrator
Franklin REC

Rural Electric Cooperative located in Hampton, Iowa
1560 Highway 65
Hampton IA 50441
641-456-2557
Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce

Job applications are availalbe from participating businesses. 
Applications and/or resumes accepted for area employers.
5 1st St SW
Hampton IA 50441
641-456-5668

 
Sukup Mfg.

Designer & builder of top quality grain handling, drying and
storage equipment located at Sheffield, Iowa
1555 255th St
Sheffield IA 50475
641-892-4222

For more information or to inquire about Come Home to Franklin County®, contact Brad Davis, Chairman & CEO of Hampton State Bank at 641-456-2559 or 800-749-6209.  Or you may email Brad at bdavis@hamptonstate.com.
 
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