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First Western Bank & Trust is spreading '100 Cheers'

First Western Bank & Trust is excited to get into the spirit of the season with the return of “100 Cheers,” a celebration of those who make our community special.

'Tis the season for sleigh bells, holiday showcases, exchanging gifts with family and friends, and decorating the Christmas tree. It’s also a time to spread joy to those around us. First Western Bank & Trust is excited to get into the spirit of the season with the return of “100 Cheers,” a celebration of those who make our community special.

FWBT began the “100 Cheers” tradition in 2014 as a 100 random-acts-of-kindness campaign during the holiday season to commemorate their 50th anniversary. Each year the goal is to spread cheer in unexpected ways. This holiday season, starting Monday, Dec. 6, “100 Cheers” will begin in all seven regions FWBT serves.

In previous years, FWBT has celebrated its customers, community members and small business owners. This year, the “100 Cheers” campaign will focus on bringing blessings to the most selfless individuals you’ll ever meet: Non-profit employees, educators and other essential workers. From Dec. 6-10, more than 700 people will experience some Christmas joy and a heartfelt “thank you” for all that they do through this campaign.

“Each year our employees are excited to participate in the '100 Cheers' campaign. It has been so heartwarming to see the smiles of those that receive the cheers. We are proud to give back to the communities we serve, across every region. What a great way to start the Christmas Season”, said chairman, president and CEO Brenda Foster in a press release.

First Western Bank & Trust employs more than 330 people across 17 locations in North Dakota, Minnesota and South Dakota.

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