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Clarksville’s First Advantage Bancorp discontinues liquidity program with SecondMarket

 

Steers Shareholders to Trading on OTC Markets Group’s OTCQB Marketplace

First Advantage BancorpClarksville, TN – Dear Shareholder,

I’d like to take this opportunity to share some recent changes made to enhance your ability to buy and sell FABK stock.

First Advantage Bancorp shares is now trading on the OTC Markets. OTCMarkets.com is an open exchange which allows investors, using a broker, to make daily trades. Investors can also get real-time information on the bank’s stock by going here .

This arrangement replaces the previously announced SecondMarket arrangement, as we see that many shareholders were actively using OTC Markets to buy and sell shares. The bank’s ticker symbol will remain FABK.

Additionally, shareholder information, key financial data and notices are being provided to the public on our website www.fabk.com/investor-relations. We would like to be able to notify you directly via email when important financial data, breaking news or information is updated.

Email communications can be provided in a more timely and efficient manner. Please take a moment to register your email contact information with us with by sending your contact information to investorrelations@fabk.com. Please include your name and preferred email address. Eliminating the cost of direct mail is just one of many things we’re doing to reduce costs and improve shareholder value.

We are committed to keeping our shareholders well informed and maintaining quick easy access to stock information. We feel strongly this change achieves that.

I urge you to register your email contact information with us and to visit the OTCMarkets.com site for additional First Advantage Bank activity at www.otcmarkets.com/stock/fabk/quote.

The Bank continues to make good progress in Nashville. In June 2013, we opened our new Business Banking Center in Franklin TN. We believe this highly efficient and modern proto-type is the bank of the future. Find out more by logging on to our website.

Thank you for your continued support.

Earl O. Bradley, III, CEO


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