Community 1st Bank Awarded Lender of the Year by Sacramento Small Business Administration

  Community 1st Bank Awarded Lender of the Year by Sacramento Small Business

Business Wire

AUBURN, Calif. -- May 30, 2014

Community 1st Bank (OTCBB: CFBN), has been named the “Community Lender of the
Year” by the Small Business Administration (SBA) Sacramento District Office.

At its May 21^st awards recognition luncheon in Roseville, the SBA noted that
“Community 1^st Bank is committed to developing customized banking solutions
whenever possible. They have learned how to strike a delicate balance between
innovative technological-based banking solutions, while maintaining a personal
touch for their clients’ values.”

“Community 1st Bank employs the ‘Golden Rule’ when it comes to working with
clients and treats every customer with the respect and consideration that they
hope to gain for themselves,” the SBA stated in its praise of Community 1st.

Community 1st Bank provides SBA loans to assist with a full range of small
business solutions for just about any industry. SBA loans are
government-backed loans that help businesses get started, expand and prosper.

“We are honored to receive this prestigious award from the SBA,” said Jeff
Moore, Chief Credit Officer for Community 1st Bank. “We strive to meet the
expectations of our clients in the communities that we serve. This award
reflects our commitment to serve communities and clients of all sizes in both
rural and urban environments.”


Community 1^st Bank has offices in Auburn, Sacramento and Roseville, which in
addition to loan products, offers business and personal deposit products,
including remote deposit capture, health savings accounts, online banking,
cash management services and mobile banking. For more information about the
Bank, visit the Bank’s website at, call the Auburn
office at 530-863-4800 or our Roseville location at 916-724-2424.

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constitute forward-looking statements that are subject to a number of risks
and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from stated
expectations. Specific factors include, but are not limited to, loan
production, competitive pressure in the banking industry, balance sheet
management, net interest margin variations, the ability to control costs and
expenses, changes in the interest rate environment and financial policies of
the United States government and general economic conditions. The Bank
disclaims any obligation to update any such factors.


Community 1st Bank
James J. Kim, 530-863-4803
President & Chief Executive Officer
Fax: 530-863-4849
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