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Bell Updates Dec 9, 2019

Bell Bank Teams Up with Drekker on Pay It Forward Porter

Banks and breweries don’t typically team up on a porter, but Bell isn’t your typical bank.

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Bell Updates Dec 3, 2019

Kindness Forges Unexpected Friendship

Minneapolis Receptionist Recognized with Bell Bank Award

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Bell Updates Dec 2, 2019

Once Again, Bell Bank Voted Best in 4 Categories

The votes are in – and readers of The Forum in Fargo, N.D., have once again voted Bell Bank tops in every category we were nominated in! Bell has been named the area’s Best Bank, Best Customer Service, Best Large Workplace and Best Mortgage Firm!

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Bell Updates Nov 27, 2019

Not Getting Emails from Bell? Here’s What to Do

Since the transition of our website domain to bell.bank and the conversion of Bell email addresses to @bell.bank, there have been sporadic incidents of emails from Bell not being delivered to recipients in a timely manner.

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Bell Updates Nov 26, 2019

Home is Where the Heart Is

Fargo Teller Recognized with Bell Bank Award

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Bell Updates Nov 19, 2019

Driven to Help

Alexandria Wealth Management Advisor Honored with Bell Bank Award

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Bell Updates Nov 5, 2019

Economic Outlook November 2019

In this month's Economic Outlook, Chief Investment Officer Greg Sweeney gives perspectives on Federal Reserve policies, expectations for interest rates and inflation, and what's going on in national and global markets.

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Bell Updates Nov 4, 2019

Bank Website Name Has Changed to Bell.Bank

New URL Offers Greater Online Security

Bell Bank’s website domain name has changed from bellbanks.com to bell.bank – a URL that’s short, sweet and simple!

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Bell Updates Oct 16, 2019

Former Viking Brooks Bollinger Now Quarterbacking Clients’ Finances

When he played in the NFL, Brooks Bollinger watched some of his teammates struggle to manage their finances. As young adults who suddenly found themselves making a lifetime’s worth of salary in 5 to 7 years, they needed guidance. So when Brooks retired from football, he pursued a career in finance.

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