Early Days 
AimBank was originally chartered on September 19, 1925 as The First National Bank of Littlefield.  For a short time in the early 1920's, the bank was housed in the historic Yellowhouse Building at 401 Phelps Avenue, where Major George Littlefield planned and developed the City of Littlefield while managing his other ranching and banking interests.  The Bank later moved to 337 Phelps Avenue, and survived both the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl days of the 1930's - due to great perseverance on the part of its officers and staff. 
In the summer of 1945, J.T. Lee and Don Bell, two bankers from Clovis, NM, purchased controlling interest in the Bank, and it was subsequently owned and managed by these families for the next 58 years.  In 2003, the Bank was converted to a state-chartered bank in connection with a change in control, and an increase in capitalization.  Ownership of the Bank is now vested in AIMBancshares, Inc., a bank holding company, which is in turn owned by a group of local individuals from Hockley, Lamb and Lubbock Counties. 
Since 2003, the Bank has expanded both its product line and number of banking facilities.  Today, debit cards, Internet banking, telephone banking, and a variety of deposit and loan products make banking with AimBank easier and more convenient than ever before.  We have also expanded our presence in our markets with banking facilities in Littlefield, Levelland, Lubbock, Wolfforth, Snyder, Midland, and Odessa. 
We are proud of our heritage.  We are also committed to advances in technology and ever-changing customer needs.  We offer the very latest in banking products, while keeping in touch with our hometown roots.  We believe these things, along with our friendly staff, result in exceptional customer service - which distinguishes us from our competitors.  
AimBank - where “genuine hometown banking” lives 
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