Penny Stock News: Bank of Napa Reports Fourth Consecutive Quarterly Profit

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NAPA, Calif.-( Business Wire )

Bank of Napa, N.A. (OTCBB: BNNP) announced its financial results for the
period ending March 31, 2011, which included the fourth consecutive
quarterly net profit since its founding.

Bank of Napa, which opened for business on August 14, 2006, recorded net
income of $173,000 in the first quarter of 2011, an improvement of over
$267,000 from the same quarter last year.

“While the economic climate has shown only moderate improvement, we are
pleased with our results,” said Tom LeMasters, President and Chief
Executive Officer. “Our focus remains on attracting local business
relationships while applying conservative loan underwriting principles.
Considering the unprecedented changes to the local community bank
market, we remain optimistic about our prospects for continued growth.”

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