Frost Bank makes donation to Victoria ISD

VICTORIA,Texas–Frost opened in Victoria in 1999 as an insurance agency, now they’ve decided to share their style of banking with the community.  Frost Victoria marketing president, Robert Crawford, says long term relationships based on top quality service, high ethical standards, and safe sound assets makes them stand out. For the fourth consecutive year Frost Bank has won the J-D Power highest marks in retail banking, it also received the highest number in Greenwich studies which center around commercial banking.   

Frost Bank donated 600,000 to add new turf at memorial stadium. Once the renovation is complete memorial stadium will rename the field Frost Bank at Memorial Stadium. Frost Bank wants to give back to the community and decided the field at Memorial was a great start.

“We saw that as a way to make an immediate impact here in Victoria it was desperately needed. We have a relationship with the athletic director Bobby Jack Wright, he was instrumental in coordinating our donation and the field,” said Crawford.

The money comes from a philanthropic fund within Frost Bank.

“It’s really about making the  communities lives better and making that impact really from and altruistic sense,” continued Crawford.

Frost bank will have a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. Victoria mayor Rawley McCoy is expected to attend. Jesse Pisors from the Victoria Chamber of Commerce also expected.