Alpine Bank Marks 45th Anniversary, Salutes Colorado Trailblazers
Alpine Bank is celebrating 45 years in business, beginning in 1973 with its first branch in Carbondale. The bank has grown to more than $3.5 billion in assets, serving 28 Colorado communities with 38 branches. Among the trailblazing efforts which define Alpine Bank’s character are its Green Team environmental initiative, a commitment to volunteerism, the successful Employee Stock Ownership Plan and an innovative Loyalty Debit Card program. Service to Colorado communities has always been central to the bank’s mission. Last year employees volunteered more than 14,000 hours. The bank also salutes trailblazers from across Colorado: Eureka! McConnell Science Museum in Grand Junction, Community Agriculture Alliance in Steamboat, Vail Jazz Foundation, Klaus Obermeyer in Aspen, John Billings in Ridgway, Robin Theobald in Breckenridge, Marble Distilling in Carbondale, Flower Mart in Glenwood and Shift Workspaces in Denver. Visit trailblazer.alpinebank.com for their stories.