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MidSouth Bank to Host Customer and Community Appreciation Cookout & Blood Drive on April 12

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MidSouth Bank is once again hosting its annual Customer Appreciation Cookout and Blood Drive on Friday, April 12 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the their 768 Beal Parkway NW location in Fort Walton Beach. The event provides a way for the bank to demonstrate their appreciation for their customers, friends, and community neighbors.

Along with enjoying a beautiful day savoring delicious grilled food, attendees will have an opportunity to perform their own community outreach by donating blood at the Big Red Bus which will be present courtesy of OneBlood.

Blood donations will begin at 11 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m. You will be rewarded with not only knowing you did a good deed that may someone’s life, but MidSouth Bank will reward you for your loving heart with a $20 eGift Card, an insulated tote bag, and a free wellness check-up.

It only takes a little time to donate blood—that effort is more valuable than gold. Per OneBlood, there is an increased need for giving blood “with schools out and many on vacation, hospitals face an increased need.”

The Customer Appreciation Cookout and Blood Drive is only one example of the ways MidSouth Bank interacts with their community. They engage in numerous efforts to support outreach events and non-profit organizations in the Fort Walton Beach area.

Further, the bank is also willing to help you or your organization with charitable events. You need only to call them at (850) 586-7757. Community advocacy is part and parcel of what they do.

June Scroggin
Author: June Scroggin

Staff writer for Omni Broadcasting, June is curious about most everything and is adept at meticulously researching any topic. She enjoys the challenge of various writing styles—succinct “just-the-facts, ma’am” as well as energetic irreverence (while still factual).

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