Campbellsville National Bank used a 63-hour window of opportunity to tear down a 17-year-old structure on East Broadway and move its banking offices into a new facility nearly in the same spot.
"It took a lot of coordination and a flurry of activity," CNB President Leroy Bratcher said Monday. "But we did it."
Bratcher said his board decided about a year ago that, to better serve its customers, a new building was the answer. Land was too expensive to relocate, he said, thus the reasoning behind the razing of one building and the construction of another.
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