PARTNERING LOCALLY

Small Business Support

Helping small businesses grow with $17.7 billion in new credit.*

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.

At San Antonio Winery, a four-generation family tradition of making wine and growing their business

Aug 10, 2012

Since the San Antonio Winery was started in L.A.’s Little Italy in 1917, four generations of Riboli family members have run their business by pursuing a strategy of logical growth—and the financing to get them there…  learn More about At San Antonio Winery, a four-generation family tradition of making wine and growing their business

BOKA Restaurant Group chefs cooking in a kitchen

BOKA Restaurant Group Hones its Recipe for Boutique Restaurants Built Around Their Chefs’ Talents

Aug 08, 2012

Ten years ago, Kevin Boehm and Rob Katz set out to develop the idea of the chef-centric restaurant and build a highly successful business model around it. Since they opened their first business checking account at the branch at the end of the block, their team at Bank of America has shared their vision and helped them grow and expand…  learn More about BOKA Restaurant Group Hones its Recipe for Boutique Restaurants Built Around Their Chefs’ Talents

Three Brothers Bakery owner, Robert Jucker, helping two customers

Old World Baking Traditions Feed a Hungry Houston

Aug 02, 2012

Holocaust survivors and Polish immigrants Sigmund, Sol, and Max Jucker arrived in Houston following World War II armed with Eastern European family recipes and a desire to start a new life. On May 8, 1949 – just four years after Liberation Day when the brothers were released from Nazi concentration camps – the Juckers opened Three Brothers Bakery…  learn More about Old World Baking Traditions Feed a Hungry Houston

Headshot of Harkins Theatres employee

The Ultimate Moviegoing Experience in Phoenix

Aug 03, 2012

When 16-year-old Dwight “Red” Harkins set out on his motorcycle from his hometown of Cincinnati in 1931, his intended destination was Hollywood, and his goals were fame and fortune. Along the way Red stopped in Arizona – and he never left…  learn More about The Ultimate Moviegoing Experience in Phoenix

Students at Grand Canyon University

A Campus Revitalizes Phoenix’s West Side

Aug 07, 2012

Grand Canyon University (GCU) had been serving students in Phoenix since 1951. But in 2004 GCU, a private, nonprofit university faced a crisis: it was $20 million in debt and about to close its doors after more than half a century…  learn More about A Campus Revitalizes Phoenix’s West Side




*$17.7 billion in new credit to small businesses in 2011 (includes both new originations and renewals).

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