AMERIS BANK CORN MAZE
Ameris Bank has always embraced having a big commitment to the communities they serve. As a community banking leader, they were built on that principle. And now that commitment is being put on display in a large way...literally.
The giant eight acre corn maze featured each year at the Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch is one of the largest in the Southeastern United States and we are pleased to announce that Ameris Bank is sponsoring the 2016 design for this huge Lowcountry fall favorite event.
Ameris Bank opened its doors as American Banking company on October 1, 1971. What started as one location, with $1 million in capital, in Moultrie, Georgia, has now blossomed into a publicly traded bank that provides innovative products and personal service to customers across the Southeast.
Regardless of our expansion and growth, Ameris Bank will always stay true to our roots: a high-performing community bank with an emphasis on providing exceptional customer experiences.
This year the layout will be divided into two mazes. There will be a shorter maze designed for families with younger children or people who just want to have a brief corn maze experience that does not require as much walking. The larger maze covers the majority of the corn field and is one of complicated twists and turns that will present quite a challenge for the more adventurous explorers.