“The small businesses in our neighborhoods is what keeps our community going. And as your neighborhood bank, supporting those small businesses is key in taking care of our neighbors,” said Senior Branch Manager Cyndi Parks of Burlington.
That’s why after you muster up enough energy and finally come to from your turkey coma, Two Rivers Bank & Trust is encouraging you to hit the streets of your neighborhood for Small Business Saturday to spend your dollars locally!
We value our small business customers and think you should too, so here are some noteworthy places you should shop at to support Small Business Saturday on November 26.
136 West Main St.
New London, IA 52645
Chuck McClenning, owner at the Chasmacian Crafter, specializes in custom primitive, country and folk art décor for your home and office. Each one of his pieces contains its own character and charm because he specializes in handcrafted one-of-a-kinds, but also mass produces certain items according to the Des Moines Register. Most items are geared towards autumn, Halloween and Christmas, making this a must-stop-shop during the holiday season!
311 E. 5th St.
Des Moines, IA 50309
This five-guy premier barbershop is exactly where you’ll want to head before you go home for the holidays. Whether you’re looking to chop your locks or get your beard trimmed after No Shave November, the full-service menu is sure to have what you’re looking for. Book your appointment at Paramount Barbering Co. or browse through some of their looks on their Instagram or Facebook!
802 SE Oralabor Road
Ankeny, IA 50021
Miss Kay’s Fashions is your complete fashion destination—from head to toe! If you’re looking to amp-up your wardrobe, check out their exclusive clothing line and accessories and if you really want to feel red-carpet-ready, their bronzing and beauty bar is the place for you. Gorgeous sun kissed bronzing, brows, and professional makeup all in one location. On Small Business Saturday, stop in for snacks and goodie bags because they’re ready to celebrate you!
If you’re a small business owner, we’d love to discuss how Two Rivers Bank can help you! Parks said that there is no business too big, or too small for them to tackle. “We have customers that range from the one and two employee small businesses to the 50 or 60 employee businesses. From retail to manufacturing, restaurants, you name it, and they bank at Two Rivers!”
But what puts small business banking at Two Rivers at the top?
According to Parks,
“Two Rivers has a great small business account, but on top of that, it’s the service you’ll receive from a community-minded bank. When you are a small business, we know it’s hard to get to the bank, and so with our remote-deposit capture and online cash management you never have to leave your store to do your banking. It also comes down to the personal care that we give our small businesses, because we’re willing to come out and help set up a cash advance machine or anything else that may come up.”
Find a Two Rivers Bank & Trust location nearest you, or give us a call, to see how we can help with your small business banking. And Parks wants you to remember to shop local for Small Business Saturday!
“It goes back to taking care of the community. The large retailers have the dollars and the advertising, but when you shop local and you shop small, it’s taking care of your neighbors and it gives them money to turn around and spend back into our community.”