Since we opened our doors for business in 1901, our focus has been on serving people and businesses in our community. That’s still the case over 100 years later. Local involvement and decision-making have always been the keys of our operation. We’re committed to meeting a wide variety of financial service needs for individuals and businesses alike. We specialize in small business loans, real estate, and a wide variety of banking products and services that can make your life and business run smoothly.
Landmark gives customers service and products comparable to the large, corporately owned banks, and we do so on a much more personalized basis. Our bankers have decades of experience in the industry. What does this mean to you? It guarantees you’re not just a number at Landmark. Besides knowing your name, we get to know you, and what makes you tick.
This highly personalized approach also carries over to our work in the communities we serve. You’ll find Landmark employees involved in many organizations and non-profit organizations. Why? Because they care about the communities they live and work in, and want to make them a better place to live, work and play.
Giving back to our Community
Every 1st and 3rd Friday features The Blues Benefit, when all employees can wear jeans to support a cause simply by making a donation, which the Bank matches. Some of the organizations who have benefited from The Blues Benefit are: local food shelfs, Animal Humane Society, Breast Cancer Foundation, St. Francis Community Drug Awareness, HeartBeat 5000 benefiting Children's Hospital, The Refuge Network, and Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Each Christmas, Landmark continues to sponsor the Giving Tree for the children of The Refuge Network, a three-county wide domestic abuse prevention organization. LCB staff and customers participate in purchasing gifts, brightening the holiday for these precious children. Our Ramsey branch also collects needed items at Christmas for Youth First.
With regard to our future business leaders, LCB hires an intern from Anoka High School each year, giving them the opportunity to learn about the business world through the high school BPA (Business Professionals of America) program. The student works during the school year and is graded on their work and progress.
Summers are the time to work on float decorating skills, as LCB has the privilege of sponsoring and participating in events and parades for Isanti Jubilee/ Rodeo Days, Manitou Days, and Ramsey Happy Days.
Many of LCB’s employees also find opportunities to donate volunteer hours for their churches and community organizations, such as joining a team that fixes up the homes of the elderly or pitching in on a Habitat for Humanity project.