Comerica Bank Unveils "Community Resource Center" At San Antonio's Historic Ella Austin Community Center

 Comerica Bank Unveils "Community Resource Center" At San Antonio's Historic
                         Ella Austin Community Center

Comerica-Sponsored Room Provides Computers, Wi-Fi Access, Financial Education
Materials and Financial Literacy Training for Children, Adults and Seniors

PR Newswire

SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 5, 2013

SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Comerica Bank today announced the
opening of its first San Antonio "Comerica Community Resource Center" at the
historic Ella Austin Community Center. The Community Resource Center contains
new computers, Wi-Fi access, furniture, financial education books and
materials focused on topics ranging from saving and budgeting to retirement
planning and fraud. San Antonio City Councilmember, Ivy Taylor, and Comerica's
Texas Market President, J. Patrick Faubion, helped dedicate the new Comerica
Community Resource Center along with Ella Austin constituents, Comerica Bank
employees and dozens of prominent community leaders at a check presentation
and ribbon cutting ceremony.


In addition to the $35,000 grant from Comerica to launch the Community
Resource Center, it was also announced that local Comerica employees will
teach a series of financial literacy workshops at Ella Austin starting this
summer. The workshops, free and open to the public, will cover a variety of
topics for children, adults and seniors including the basics of credit,
budgeting, elder care abuse scams and retirement planning, and will be offered
in both English and Spanish.

"While the Comerica Bank name is relatively new to San Antonio, we're
committed to serving this market as a trusted financial services partner to
San Antonio businesses and families, and to helping community organizations
like Ella Austin fulfill their missions," said Comerica's Faubion. "In
addition to providing a grant to launch this access hub for economic
self-sufficiency, the efforts of local Comerica Bank volunteers to teach the
financial literacy workshop series will help local residents, including
seniors, be successful in reaching their financial goals."

"We are most grateful that Comerica Bank has come forward with its generous
investment of $35,000 in our non-profit organization. By funding the new
Community Resource Center, which is desperately needed, Comerica Bank is
helping us give assistance, hope and the tools and resources in order for
local San Antonio residents to improve their quality of life and financial
well-being," said Anthony Hargrove, Executive Director of Ella Austin
Community Center.

Comerica Bank, through partner non-profits, currently operates two Comerica
Community Resource Centers in Southern Dallas and one in Houston's Third Ward.

About Comerica Bank
Comerica Bank is the commercial banking subsidiary of Comerica Incorporated
(NYSE: CMA), the largest banking company headquartered in Texas, and
strategically aligned by three business segments: The Business Bank, The
Retail Bank, and Wealth Management. Comerica focuses on relationships, and
helping people and businesses be successful. In addition to Houston, Austin,
Dallas/Fort Worth, Kerrville and San Antonio, Texas, Comerica Bank locations
can be found in Arizona, California, Florida and Michigan, with select
businesses operating in several other states, as well as in Canada and Mexico.
Comerica reported total assets of $64.5 billion at December 31, 2012. To find
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on Twitter at @ComericaCares and follow Comerica Chief Economist Robert Dye on
Twitter at @Comerica_Econ.

About Ella Austin Community Center
Ella Austin Community Center is a neighborhood-based, multi-social service
agency that addresses broad areas of human needs. The agency's
servicesinclude: early child development, parenting, youth development,
individual and family assistance, senior nutrition, as well as volunteer
income tax assistance (VITA).

Mission: To facilitate leadership in communities and assist individuals and
families throughout San Antonio improve their quality of life.

For more information, visit

SOURCE Comerica Incorporated

Contact: Kyle Tarrance, Comerica Bank, +1-469-396-3555,; or Paula Monroe, Ella Austin Community Center,
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