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Renasant Corp. Price Target Raised to $32.00 at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods (RNST)
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Renasant Corporation is a bank holding company. The Company owns and operates Renasant Bank (NASDAQ:RNST), a Mississippi banking association with operations in Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia, and Renasant Insurance, Inc, 

Renasant Corporation Announces 2013 Fourth Quarter and Year-end Results
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"During the conversion of M&F Bank into Renasant Bank, which was completed on December 9, 2013, we added more than 70,000 deposit relationships and 27 banking locations to our footprint while consolidating nine locations that overlapped in market 

Renasant Announces 2013 Fourth Quarter and Year-end Earnings Webcast and ...
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Renasant Corporation, a 110-year-old financial services institution, is the parent of Renasant Bank and Renasant Insurance. Renasant has assets of approximately $5.7 billion and operates over 120 banking, mortgage, financial services and insurance

Renasant Corp. PT Raised to $32.00 at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods (RNST)
http://tickerreport.com/banking-finance/113428/renasant-corp-pt-raised-to-32-00-at-keefe-bruyette-woods-rnst/
Renasant Corporation is a bank holding company. The Company owns and operates Renasant Bank (NASDAQ:RNST), a Mississippi banking association with operations in Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia, and Renasant Insurance, Inc, 

Renasant Bank Business Ad

Bank City USA

Downtown renewal

The first sign of the two bank headquarters’ effect is their immediate neighborhood: downtown Tupelo.

I grew up a couple hours up Route 78 near Memphis, and I’ve spent time in plenty of small towns across the mid-South region. In many, to describe the downtowns as dying would be putting it charitably. Most businesses had migrated to the edges of town, near highway bypasses and big box chain stores. The handful of businesses that remained would be of the more depressing variety—bail bondsmen who needed to be near the courthouse, for instance—and in many places, abandoned storefronts would outnumber occupied buildings.

Unlike most cities of its size, Tupelo’s downtown is doing quite well. Almost every storefront has an occupant, and it has a balanced mix of offices, restaurants, retail outlets and even residences. It even has Reed’s, an old-school local department store that takes up an entire city block. Across the street from Reed’s is Tupelo Hardware, where locals can pick up a hard-to-find screw and tourists can pick up the story of Elvis’ first guitar, purchased on the premises.

Video-Powered Microsite Draws Millions of Eyeballs for Regional Bank

Building a Microsite to Engage Customers

John Oxford had a challenge. As director of marketing for Renasant Bank, he felt the website for $12.9 billion institution looked good, but much of its messaging wasn’t getting across. Most customers would visit the site just long enough to log in to the online banking system. They were on a mission and not stopping for content.

“We needed to do something to get content about the bank in front of the audience,” Oxford says.

In the summer of 2017 the bank launched Renasant Nation , a separate microsite intended to deliver fun content on human interest topics in an effort to create greater brand awareness and connections to bank-specific content.

“It’s a content-driven relationship-building site,” explains Oxford, who will be speaking at the The Financial Brand Forum 2019 . The bank, working with the Mabus Agency and others, blends stock video, custom footage, promotional videos, and financially-related content.