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Connected to Texas

At Bank of America, we're committed to helping grow local economies and strengthen the communities we serve. By combining local support and expertise with our national reach, we're connecting customers and communities across the country to the resources they need to thrive.


To see what we're doing in Texas, download our state fact sheet.

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SUPER: Marty Garvey, Owner/Partner, Jakes Hamburgers

Marty Gravey: You know how it is when you’re brothers.

Marty Gravey: People look at us and go are you guys crazy? But really it’s been a great partnership, who else can you trust but you’re brother?

Greg Garvey: The original Jakes was just an old gas station.

Marty Gravey: It was a drive through counter service where you step up to the counter, they call your number.

Greg Gravey: We just decided to expand upon that.

Marty Gravey: We took it into 21st century with full bars, servers, great patios. The beef is ground fresh daily.

Greg Gravey: We have been voted best burger in Dallas numerous times. I mean it really shows that we take pride in what we do.

Marty Gravey: There is no ceiling to where we can go with this, and we are definitely growing. Greg Gravey: In order to grow we need to have a relationship with a bank.

Marty Gravey: Bank of America just stepped up to the plate and enabled us to do this restaurant built to suit so it has a neighborhood feel, it was a no brainer.

Greg Gravey: Bank of America was that bank that we were really looking for.

Marty Gravey: We are just not another account number and to me and Greg that is paramount.

Greg Gravey: We talked about what’s coming up next, what’s on the slate, you know what’s coming on down the road, what do we need to get geared up for. We have a lot of conversations like that with our banking team. And their ability to keep a pulse on what’s going on with us has allowed us to continue to grow jobs and and expand our concept. And you know every time we open up a new location it’s another 50 or 65 jobs. It’s been a win win situation.

Greg Gravey: We have people coming through our doors and leaving satisfied with a smile on their face. It lets me wake up everyday excited to go to work, so it’s a really great feeling.


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