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    Financial Supermarkets Taps Safeway Blackhawk Exec as New S.V.P.

    CORNELIA, Ga. -- Financial Supermarkets, Inc. (FSI), a nonbank subsidiary of Community Bank & Trust that licenses in-store banks to several major grocers, has appointed Shannon Nadasdy s.v.p., retail development and client support. In her new role, Nadasdy will oversee FSI's retail and financial relationships in the western United States.

    CORNELIA, Ga. -- Financial Supermarkets, Inc. (FSI), a nonbank subsidiary of Community Bank & Trust that licenses in-store banks to several major grocers, has appointed Shannon Nadasdy s.v.p., retail development and client support. In her new role, Nadasdy will oversee FSI's retail and financial relationships in the western United States.

    Nadasdy most recently served as director of financial services at Pleasanton, Calif.-based Blackhawk Network, a division of Safeway, Inc. In that role, she oversaw the company's international in-store banking, ATM, and Coinmaster programs.

    Nadasdy began her career with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Canada's second-largest bank by asset size and the sixth-largest bank in North America. During her nine-year tenure with the company, she served as Western regional call center manager in Vancouver, B.C., then as director of national operations electronic banking quality in Toronto.

    Nadasdy then led the western U.S. expansion as v.p., senior customer impact manager in-store planning and implementation, while with Safeway Select Bank, a strategic partner with Safeway, Inc. and former subsidiary of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

    "We are extremely fortunate to have an individual like Shannon join our company," said Aubrey Motz, FSI's president and c.e.o., in a statement. "Her experience with in-store banking and customer relationship management will add to the strength of our team."

    FSI is a nonbank subsidiary of Community Bank & Trust -- a division of Community Bankshares, Inc. with corporate headquarters in Cornelia, Ga., and offices throughout the United States. FSI has strategic alliance partnerships with the Food Marketing Institute in Washington, D.C., along with several major grocery retailers. FSI began licensing the in-store banking concept in 1984 and has since become an industry leader in full-service supermarket banking.

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