Weekend Round Up: Allegiance Bankers in the Community

April 29, 2019 – At Allegiance, we believe in the power of local. That’s why we proudly volunteer at and sponsor initiatives that benefit organizations, schools and residents in the communities we serve. It was another busy and exciting weekend of community immersion for many Allegiance Bankers. Check out the highlights below.

April 27: As a company sponsor of the first annual Energy Corridor International Festival, Allegiance Bankers hosted a booth and joined in the fun at the Plazas at the Parkway in Houston. The festival celebrates everything that makes the Energy Corridor a great place to live, work and play. Coordinated by residents, the event featured an international theme with live music, food and games to celebrate and share the cultural diversity and community spirit that makes it such a special place to live and work.

April 27: Allegiance Bank facilitated two Community Shred Day events. The first was hosted at our Katy Pin Oak Office, and the second was held in partnership with the City of Pattison, the Waller County Sheriff’s Office, Waller County Constable Pct. 4 Joe Trimm, and Allegiance Bank’s Brookshire Office. Open to all, both events supported the safe and secure shredding of documents as an information protection service to the community.

April 27: Kurt Hopke, senior vice president at Allegiance Bank’s Kirby office hosted his 13th annual Farm Party following BPMS 150 Houston to Austin, a Bike MS Event that changes the world for people with MS, one mile at a time. After cheering on Allegiance Bank race participants (and the 13,000 other amazing racers), the celebration continued at the farm until the cows came home with live music and food.

April 28: We finished out the weekend at the BAPS Charity Walk in Sugar Land. A longtime sponsor of the event that raises funds for The Nature Conservancy and other local beneficiaries, Allegiance Bankers hosted a booth and cheered on walkers. Since 2016, BAPS Charities Walkathons have helped plant a total of 361,000 trees. 

Thank you to all of the Allegiance Bankers who gave their time to make these events possible, illuminating The Allegiance Way in our communities.

Rodney Nabors, bank office president at our Eldridge location, staffs the booth with fellow Allegiance Bankers at the Energy Corridor International Festival.
Allegiance Bankers from the Katy Pin Oak office working hard at the Community Shred Day event.
Allegiance Bankers Kurt Hopfe, David Corpus and Roberto Rios cheer on riders at the MS150 Ride.