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Southwest Missouri Bank sets up Tornado Relief Fund for Moore, Oklahoma

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News release from Southwest Missouri Bank: 

May 22, 2013 (Joplin, MO) – SouthwestMissouri Bank is making it easy for us in southwest Missouri to help those inMoore, OK affected by the EF-5 Tornado that tore through their community May 20th.Simply stop by any SMB branch to donate to the tornado relief account. All ofthe funds collected will go to the Red Cross for Moore, OK tornado victims.

To help, please ask to donate to theaccount named: Red Cross Tornado Relief- Moore, OK.

"Be assured that all of the moneywill go to Moore," said SMB's Marketing Director, Peggy Fuller. "SMB set up asimilar account immediately following the tornado in Joplin two years agotoday. We all understand that financial support is crucial to the tornadovictims and an easy way for us in Joplin to show appreciation to all those whohelped us."

For more information on how todonate, please call SMB's toll free number, 1-800-943-8488.

SouthwestMissouri Bank is your locally owned independent bank proudly serving southwestMissouri since 1979 with 11 locations in Jasper and Newton Counties. Visitsmbonline.com for more information.

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