Passbooks and comfortable lobbies won't bring in the younger generation of bank customers, so some community banks are going after them with an aggressive sales strategy and Internet banking.

Though banks have succeeded in keeping the accounts of senior citizens, their children and grandchildren have turned to other investment and savings options. Today, American Banker concludes a two-part series by examining how community banks attract and retain baby boomers and their children.

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