Rae Ann Olesen of Mauston presented with Apple iPad from The Bank of Mauston

     From September 2 to October 10, The Bank of Mauston gave customers the opportunity to win an Apple iPad.  To be eligible for the drawing, all individuals needed to do in that time frame was convert their regular monthly statements from paper ones to the electronic version.  For each checking and/or savings account that a customer agreed to receive eStatements for, he/she was entered into the drawing for an Apple iPad.

     In addition to their entry in the drawing, customers who signed up to receive eStatements now enjoy other benefits, such as:

· free, instant and secure access to bank account statements 24/7 – no more

  waiting for paper statements

      · protection against identity theft

· improved security with nothing lost in the mail

· time, space and trees saved

· no more paper hassles and the need to destroy statements

· MORE!

     Over the six weeks of the promotion, there were over 500 accounts that were converted to eStatements, which means there were more than 500 names entered for the Apple iPad.  And in a drawing held on October 10 at The Bank of Mauston’s main bank in Mauston, Rae Ann Olesen of Mauston was picked as the lucky winner!

     Employees at The Bank of Mauston would like to congratulate Rae Ann and thank those who participated in the promotion.  Now these customers can rest a little easier knowing they have instant, 24/7 access to their account information. 

     To learn more about internet banking services from The Bank of Mauston, call 608-847-6200.

From September 2 to October 10, The Bank of Mauston held a contest in which customers received one entry into a drawing for an Apple iPad just for converting their checking and/or savings accounts from paper statements to eStatements.  In a drawing held on October 10, Rae Ann Olesen of Mauston was the lucky recipent.  She is pictured here with bank employees (l-r) Bookkeepers Anna Lunenberg, Becky Fricke, Olesen, Director of Marketing, Amanda Emery, and Bookkeeper, Kari Lynn Clark.  Congratulations to Rae Ann!

From September 2 to October 10, The Bank of Mauston held a contest in which customers received one entry into a drawing for an Apple iPad just for converting their checking and/or savings accounts from paper statements to eStatements. In a drawing held on October 10, Rae Ann Olesen of Mauston was the lucky recipent. She is pictured here with bank employees (l-r) Bookkeepers Anna Lunenberg, Becky Fricke, Olesen, Director of Marketing, Amanda Emery, and Bookkeeper, Kari Lynn Clark. Congratulations to Rae Ann!

Introducing Vicki Gay, Commercial Insurance Agent

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The Bank of Mauston and Central Insurance Services are excited to announce the addition of Vicki Gay, Commercial Insurance Agent,           to its team!

While she may be new to Central Insurance Services, Vicki is no stranger to the insurance industry, bringing a vast background of experience with her.  Vicki has worked in the field for the past 20 years, and for ten of those years she operated her own agency in Lake Delton.

Now, Vicki will put that experience to use in providing Central Insurance Services’ commercial clients with answers to all of their          insurance needs.

Vicki can write policies for:

  • Business
  • Home
  • Personal and/or commercial auto
  • Workman’s compensation
  • Life
  • Health
  • More!

To learn how Vicki can help you with getting a new insurance policy, making changes to an existing policy and/or filing a claim, give her a    call at 608-847-6750, or stop by to see her in the office which is located in the lobby of The Bank of Mauston’s main location on Highway 82     in Mauston.  She is also available to meet with customers by appointment at The Bank of Mauston’s locations in Lyndon Station, Necedah, New Lisbon and Wisconsin Dells.

*Central Insurance Services products are not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by                                                                  The Bank of Mauston and are not FDIC insured.*

The Bank of Mauston ranked in the 2012 Top 15th Percentile of Community Banks

Seifried & Brew LLC, a community bank risk management firm, named The Bank of Mauston in its 2012 Top 15th Percentile of Community Banks, which was announced in May.  To gain entry into this distinguished ranking, the bank demonstrated exemplary performance of balancing risk and reward based on the organization’s S&B Total Risk/Return Composite Ranking.  This is no small feat considering that The Bank of Mauston not only survived the financial crisis but actually thrived.  This supports Seifried & Brew’s belief that conservative, traditional community banking is the strength of our financial system.

In S&B’s book, The Art of Capital Planning – The ‘How-To’ Guide, the author’s clearly demonstrate that the difference between the banks that failed and those that survived the financial crisis, or even those that prospered, was each bank’s ability to optimize risk.  While the word “optimize” sounds incongruous with the threats of risk, the truth is that community banks make money from managed risk.  Those banks ranking in the 2012 S&B Top 15th Percentile of Community Banks – like The Bank of Mauston – epitomize such optimization of managed risk.