A native of Utah, Bracken and his family have lived in Washington County since 1994. After studying business finance and management at BYU, he began selling real estate. In 1996, he founded PEAK Financial, a residential mortgage company.
Bracken currently owns and operates several businesses: four ServiceMaster Clean franchises serving southern and central Utah and Nevada; AAA Disaster Services, which is a full-service restoration company; and Bracken Investments, a commercial development and leasing company. He has an equity stakeholder in a venture capital group that owns and operates Five Guys restaurant franchises throughout Canada.
He was the chairman of the organizing committee in 2007 and 2008 for a start-up bank that was tabled after the nationwide financial meltdown. Bracken served five-years as the President of the Southern Utah Cougar Club and has held various leadership positions in his church.
Three-and-a-half year old Town & Country Bank reported year-to-date earnings of $108,000 as of June 30th Town & Country Bank has pioneered several innovative customer service concepts, including its “concierge” private banking style approach for all customers and its free business courier service. The bank also offers its proprietary “Town Card”, a debit/ATM card offering time-of-purchase discounts at hundreds of local restaurants and businesses.
The FREE Friday Noon concert series continue at Town & Country Bank, 405 East St. George Boulevard.
August Concert Schedule