Josh Collins and Travis Butler Podcast

Travis Butler and Josh Collins Podcast

with: Business Radio X 

 

Beyond the Cupola” allows invited customers, community, and team members of Oconee State Bank to have an opportunity to share their stories of success and inspiration, and/or how the Remarkable culture of Oconee State Bank has inspired them to mark lives in their own right.

Travis Butler/Butler Properties & Development

Butler Properties & Development is a full service commercial real estate development and management firm specializing in national retail client services to include turn-key build-to-suits, ground leases, joint ventures, and fee developments. The company has also been successful in numerous multi-family, office, and industrial projects.

The firm also has a successful track record in complicated real estate financial transactions to include arbitrage, asset re-positioning, loan acquisitions, bond debt, tax-free exchanges, and defeasance.

Josh Collins/Oconee State Bank

In the early 1900s, there were banks in all the small towns of Oconee County… Bishop, Bogart, Eastville, Farmington and Watkinsville. When the Depression came along in 1929, all the banks went broke and Oconee County was without a bank for the next 30 years. Farmers and small merchants had to travel to Athens for their banking needs.

In 1958, a group of community leaders recognized the need for a bank in Oconee County and started a process of getting the necessary approval for a state chartered community bank. In 1959, the FDIC approved a community bank and Oconee State Bank opened its doors for business on February 1, 1960 with 3 employees and a small corner office on Main Street in downtown Watkinsville.

Today, Oconee State Bank has 3 full-service financial centers located in Oconee County, GA as well as a website which serves as an “Internet Branch.” The vision of the founders continues today. Oconee State Bank is proud to provide an unparalleled commitment to personalized service, value-added products, and a deep sense of responsibility to the communities they serve.

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