Claremore Man Wins BancFirst Photo Contest

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Local Photographer Winner of BancFirst Photo Contest

Patrick Clancy to be Featured by BancFirst

BancFirst announced the launch of the 2016 BancFirst Oklahoma! photo contest in January where they extended an invitation to photographers from all levels of expertise to submit their unique images from BancFirst communities across Oklahoma. Claremore’s Patrick Clancy has been selected as a winner of the contest. His unique image of the Belvidere Mansion captured the spirit of Oklahoma in an artistic and interesting way that wowed BancFirst executives and employees.

Clancy’s photo will be featured in BancFirst promotional materials across the state. The contest is taking place throughout 2016, so other photographers still have the opportunity to submit photos to the contest for a chance to be featured by BancFirst.

“We are thrilled that Patrick has been selected by BancFirst as a winner of the photo contest,” said BancFirst Claremore president Jeff Jensen. “His winning photo proves that no one is better equipped to capture the uniqueness of Oklahoma than the people that live here. The people of this town are getting the chance to tell our story through our own eyes. That kind of community involvement is what BancFirst is all about, and we are very excited that a Claremore photographer was recognized.”

For information about the types of photos needed or to submit an entry, please visit

About BancFirst

With assets of more than $6.4 billion, BancFirst is Oklahoma’s largest state-chartered bank and has locations in 53 communities across the state. BancFirst is listed on the NASDAQ National Market System under the symbol BANF. More information can be found at



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