Helping Small Business Fuel the Economy
Whether you work for a small business or rely on one for the things you need, we all understand the critical role that startups and expanding businesses play in our communities and our lives. That’s why we continue to do everything we can to partner with entrepreneurs and small business owners. These stories highlight local lending and investing, personal ingenuity, and a passion to create and retain jobs and offer new products and services. We hope they remind you of what we can achieve together.
Sep 26, 2011
There are few terms that more aptly describe July in Washington, DC-area than “sweltering.” Anyone who lives and works in the nation’s capital knows that July represents high temperatures, high humidity and an average heat index that would leave anyone longing for a cold January day… learn More about Keeping Customers Cool in DC
Oct 16, 2010
Paulina Meat Market has been supplying fresh cuts to meat lovers in Chicago since 1949. Its old-world recipes and traditions attract a loyal, multigenerational customer base. In 2007, long-time manager and butcher Bill Begale seized the opportunity to buy the market from its original owners… learn More about Paulina Meat Market: A New-Age Business with Old-World Charm
Nov 02, 2011
Founded nearly 20 years ago by two immigrants in a row house, Fells Point Wholesale Meats has become a leading meat processor in the Baltimore-Washington region, serving high-end restaurants, hotels, clubs and other institutions… learn More about Business Is Sizzling at Baltimore’s Premiere Meat Processor
Nov 09, 2011
See how Jake's Hamburgers, with funding from Bank of America, helped expand their operation to include a seventh location and provide more jobs… learn More about How a Dallas–Fort Worth Hamburger Spot Created a Recipe for Success
*$17.7 billion in new credit to small businesses in 2011 (includes both new originations and renewals).