Bankers may fret that the traditional branch is dying, but a new survey reveals that bricks and mortar are vital to the success of one growing customer segment: small businesses.

The Consumer Bankers Association's 1995 Small Business Banking Survey, due to be released today at a New Orleans conference, found that more than two-thirds of banks still use their branch system as the primary delivery mechanism for serving small business customers.

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