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Plumas Bank named Community/Rural Lender of the Year by U.S. Small Business Administration

QUINCY, Calif. and#8211; Plumas Bank was selected as the Community/Rural SBA Lender of the Year for 2010 by the U.S. Small Business Administration Sacramento District Office at the Northern California Lendersand#8217; symposium held in Auburn, June 16, 2010.

and#8220;Plumas Bank is committed to helping northern California small businesses overcome challenges and achieve financial success,and#8221; said Rodney Borges, vice president, SBA group lending manager, and#8220;and we are honored to be recognized by the SBA as an active small business lender serving our rural communities.and#8221;

Jim Oand#8217;Neal, District Director of the Sacramento District Office for the U.S. Small Business Administration, commented: and#8220;Plumas Bank plays a vital role in financing new Northern California based small businesses and facilitating the expansion of existing businesses. We are proud to recognize Plumas Bank for their success in using SBAand#8217;s loan guaranty programs to provide our small business community with access to capital.and#8221;



Plumas Bank has 11 full-service offices, serving businesses and local families in the counties of Shasta, Placer, Nevada, Lassen, Modoc and Plumas. A Small Business Administration office opened in Auburn in 2007 and Plumas Bank earned SBA Preferred Lender status later that year. With assets of more than $500 million, Plumas Bank is known throughout Northeastern California for its personalized service, community orientation and focus on lending to small and growing businesses. Visit http://www.plumasbank.com.

and#8212; Submitted via aedgett@sierrasun.com


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