Tri City National Bank's logo is much more than a stylized triangle.
First you may see three T's, representing the Tri Cities in Tri City
National Bank. Although Tri City National Bank now operates locations in 15
Milwaukee area communities - and serves the entire metropolitan area - in
1963, the bank was founded at the corner of South 27th Street and College Avenue
in Oak Creek. The bank was named after the three cities that meet at the
intersection - Oak Creek, Franklin and Greenfield.
Next you may notice the T's actually form arrows flowing out from the
center. The arrows represent money leaving the bank in the form of loans -
business loans, mortgage loans and consumer loans.
Look even closer and you will see three more arrows pointing inward.
They represent deposits - checking, savings and investment deposits.
Taken as a whole, the logo represents Tri City National Bank as a
supporter of it's hometown communities, lending money for business growth
and consumer dreams, and helping customers reach their financial goals.