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Power Breakfast Events Share Helpful Information - Let's Talk About iPads

Saturday, February 09, 2013

Learning more about the iPad.Heartland Bank’s Power Breakfast events were created with the purpose of bringing expert speakers to present on topics that would benefit our customers and guests in a variety of areas. We’ve covered topics like how technology is changing the way we do business, how to leverage LinkedIn to business network in the “social age,” tips on avoiding costly mistakes when purchasing insurance, managing healthcare costs for today's business owner and even ways state and local taxes are impacting local business. Held bi-monthly, these events are hosted at our Corporate Office in Gahanna at 850 North Hamilton Road

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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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Your New Year's Resolution - Get Fiscally Fit in 2013

Sunday, January 06, 2013

Get fiscally fit in 2013According to a recent story from the Today Show, losing weight was the #1 resolution made in 2013. This probably does not come as a surprise, since it seems like the topic of fitness and getting in shape always ranks at the top of the list of New Year’s Resolutions. It’s an admirable goal, and getting more fit has many great benefits to your health.  

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Heartland Gives Back to 11 Area Organizations Through the 2012 Holiday Silent Auction

Sunday, December 23, 2012

The tradition of giving continues this season at Heartland Bank. This year’s Holiday Party, held Saturday, December 15th at the Jefferson Country Club, market the 16th Annual Silent Auction where employees had the opportunity to bid on items with proceeds going to benefit several local organizations. 

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Open An Account or Apply for a Loan Anywhere, Anytime with Heartland Bank

Sunday, December 09, 2012

Google's driverless carTechnology is a wonderful thing and has made our lives easier in so many ways. For example, travel is made easier thanks to GPS navigation, whether it’s integrated in your new car’s dashboard or on your mobile device. You just plug in the address of your destination and click “GO” and let the magic happen. Before you know it, you’ve got a route spelled out for you to follow, sometimes even taking into consideration traffic or construction, so that you get where you want to go with ease. While you still have to drive (the Google driverless car hasn’t come to Ohio yet), technology has made the trip easier (photo courtesy of Edumunds Inside Line). 

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Business Leaders Learn About How State and Local Tax Impact Their Business

Sunday, December 02, 2012

Business Leaders gathered at Heartland Bank’s main office on October 31st for a Power Breakfast presentation to help them better understand the impact of state and local taxes. Presenting was Laurence Jones, Director of the State and Local Tax Practice at Brixey & Meyer, and he led the discussion with information about how to reduce your risk of non-compliance on state and local taxes, as well as taking advantage of all incentives available when you invest in your business. 

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Raising the bar for media packaging and storage solutions

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Univenture’s greatest feature is their ability to understand customer needs and find a solution that adds value and differentiates a company’s product from others available on the market. 

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Smile – Everyday is a good day at Shull’s Hardware - Family owned and operated since 1958

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Shull's HardwareLocal hardware store personal service and advice is alive and well in Johnstown, Ohio. Since 1958, Shull’s Hardware has been committed to giving good service and advice to customers. “We try to treat people the way we would like to be treated as a person,” says owner Mike Shull. 

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