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Heartland Bank provides the “DOUGH” for the renovation of the historic Wonder Bread Building

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Wonder BreadReal estate investors Kevin Lykens and Chris Schnetzler of LS Development Systems, LLC, knew they had some of the ingredients necessary to acquire and rehab the historic Wonder Bread building. The missing ingredients weren’t flour and sugar, however, it was capital. With Heartland Bank’s help, Kevin and Chris reached one of their goals by helping them finance extensive renovations to the Columbus landmark. 

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Hudson Import Auto Services Stays “Tuned Up” Thanks to Heartland Bank

Sunday, May 05, 2013

Hudson Import AutomotiveNhan Lee and Tyler Frank became business partners 17 years ago when they came together and formed Hudson Import Auto Services. They are the perfect example of the American Dream alive and well in central Ohio. At the time Hudson was formed, the two wanted to expand their small business and take ownership of their own property. This provided them the ability to have complete control of their business and with the help of Heartland Bank, they were able to do just that! 

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Columbus African American Chamber of Commerce is off to a Great Start

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Ray Miller, Chamber Founder and PresidentThanks to the vision and leadership of former Ohio Senator, Ray Miller, the Columbus African American Chamber of Commerce is off to a great start. In his new role as President and Founder he recognized “there were other ethnic-focused Chambers in Central Ohio for Hispanics and Asian-Americans, but not for the African American community, and I wanted to help change that.” 

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Victory Ministries Serves People From All Walks of Life Throughout Central Ohio

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Victory MinistriesVictory Ministries on Switzer Avenue in Columbus has a story to tell, starting in 1983 to help those in need. Serving people from all walks of life throughout central Ohio, they have no boundary lines and will not turn anyone away no matter where they are from. 

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When Life Changes – Relationships Matter

Sunday, March 31, 2013

2013 Money Matters MagazineWhen you talk to Hinda Mitchell about Heartland Bank, she has a story to tell. Building trust and relationships is what she does in her professional position with CMA, a communications firm, and what she looked for and has found with her bank. Hinda first came to Heartland for the location – convenience and access – and stayed because of the people and service. When she has a question or a concern, she can get it addressed by real people right there at her local bank. If she calls customer service, the people who answer the phone are here in Central Ohio, not far away. 

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Providing Support and and Banking Excellence for a Third Generation Business Owner

Monday, March 11, 2013

It all began back in 1950 when Charlie Lovejoy’s Grandfather started the business in a little house in downtown Plain City. A fire caused them to move to where the TruValue Hardware is now, but in 2001 Lovejoy’s Market relocated to its newly constructed building at 900 Village Boulevard and has been going strong ever since. 

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Taking Care of Customers Key to Success at Taylor Road Storage

Saturday, March 02, 2013

Richard and Beth LongIt all started in 2010, when Richard and Beth Long purchased an abandoned shell of a building on Taylor Road in Reynoldsburg owned by Heartland Bank. It was three small mini storage buildings that housed 30 storage units without storm water, bathrooms or a well. 

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Passion, Hard Work and a Commitment to Their Clients' Fitness Makes B.O.S.S. Fitness Studio a Success

Sunday, February 03, 2013

B.O.S.S Fitness StudioJames Gullatte, Master Fitness Trainer and founder of B.O.S.S. Fitness Studio, came to Columbus in 2004 bringing his own unique training style to Central Ohio. He had one goal: to spread fitness to as many as possible. It was a journey that started at the “ground floor”, taking a job as a janitor at a local gym with not much more than the clothes on his back and 95 dollars in his pocket to get his foot in the door. But for five years he read, studied, went to school and planned-- building a foundation that would one day support a blooming business at the top of Central Ohio's fitness industry. While a janitor, he started giving tips and pointers - essentially training for free and people started noticing. 

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They Were Looking For a Community Bank With a Personal Touch

Monday, January 28, 2013

Tom and Mary DeVries In 1989, owners Tom and Mary DeVries opened their FASTSIGNS sign and graphics center. The location opened with just 1,200 square feet in the Westerville Plaza. Over the years, the location has doubled in size, eventually getting to the point where the center was simply out of space. Tom and Mary made the decision to build a whole new facility. Westerville FASTSIGNS now occupies 6,000 square feet of a 10,000-square-foot building in the Brooksedge office park. 

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A Bank Too Busy to Help a Small Business Get Started? Not Heartland Bank!

Saturday, January 19, 2013

China BellWhen Gary Shyu wanted to fulfill his dream of owning his own restaurant and purchase a building in Grove City the first bank he called said they were “too busy” to talk to him. Fortunately for Shyu, his next call was to Heartland Bank. After talking with G. Scott McComb, the bank’s President and CEO, the two met the following morning and one month later the purchase was complete and China Bell Restaurant and Event Center was born. 

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