C1 Bank’s Lowman leads the herd as Chairman
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (November 15, 2012) – C1 Bank announced today its official partnership as the presenting underwriting at the 2013 American Cancer Society Cattle Barons’ Ball. In addition to the presenting underwriter, the American Cancer Society has chosen Rita Lowman, C1 Bank’s Executive Vice President, to serve as 2013 Cattle Barons’ Ball chairman.
Lowman is working with Tampa Bay Lightning CEO , Tod Leiweke, and his wife Tara who are serving as 2013 Cattle Barons’ Ball honorary chairman. The Cattle Barons’ Ball is one of Tampa’s most coveted charity events taking place on March 22, 2013 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.
“It is an honor to be working with Tod and Tara this year. Our goal is to bring awareness to our cause in Tampa Bay,” said Lowman.
“C1 Bank is committed to playing an important role in the Tampa Bay community, so we are proud to support the 2013 Cattle Barons’ Ball in raising funds to support the American Cancer Society’s philanthropic endeavor to help people stay well, find cures and to win the fight against cancer.” said C1 Bank CEO, Trevor Burgess. “Rita’s proven leadership skills and local community outreach provide her with a successful platform to make this an impressionable event.”
About C1 Bank: C1 Bank is a local, independent bank that serves thousands of sophisticated savers and borrowers from 21 locations across Tampa Bay and online at www.C1Bank.com. C1 Bank is a leader in checking, savings and money markets, residential mortgages, business loans, SBA loan programs, and association and treasury services. C1 Bank is the Official Bank of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Outback Bowl.
About The American Cancer Society: The American Cancer Society is a nationwide community- based voluntary health organization, dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service. The American Cancer Society donates more money to cancer research than any other private, not-for-profit, non-governmental funder of cancer research in the United States.