Paducah Bank is seeking influential teens from around the region to represent Paducah Bank in 2020-21 as official Teen Ambassadors. The program was created five years ago to learn more about the needs and preferences of students.
"Our network of teen ambassadors work alongside our professionals at Paducah Bank on real-life projects that support the marketing and development of the bank's emerging client segment," said Paducah Bank President Mardie Herndon. "They have had the opportunity to be a part of our team and to bring their personal creativity to our exciting and expanding organization."
To be considered as a Teen Ambassador, teens must be in high school, must have social media accounts with Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook and be willing to post preapproved marketing messages on their pages.
Marketing Director Susan Guess said the program may look different this year because of the pandemic but believes the bank and the teens can identify creative ways to promote the program and Paducah Bank.
“Last year our Teen Ambassadors represented eight high schools,” said Marketing Director Susan Guess. “We believe the program does more than teach about marketing and banking, it also brought teens from various backgrounds, schools, and interests and built a strong and cohesive team. They formed friendships and supported one another in activities outside of our program and they worked side by side volunteering with our bank employees.
To apply to become a Teen Ambassador, visit the bank’s website at www.paducahbank.com
. A link is available on the homepage. Applications must be submitted by close of business on Tuesday, September 18.
For more information, contact Susan Guess at email@example.com