Financing to help businesses thrive.
Buckeye Beer Engine
Peter and Renee were familiar with Buckeye Beer Engine long before they bought it in 2019. Renee had begun working there as a hostess and rose to manager. Peter had been an investor and design consultant. When the founder decided to retire, Peter asked Renee to join him in buying the business. They shared a vision for tweaking and improving the food and service without sacrificing the homey, welcoming atmosphere.
La Palmera Restaurants
Hector and Amelia Mendoza knew everything about running their Mexican restaurant, but when the opportunity came to expand and add locations, they turned to KeyBank for its expertise in SBA loans.
Studio One Theaters
The dreamchild of owners Rudyard and Shelly Coltman, the Studio One Theaters complex takes the dining and viewing experience to unheard-of levels. Studio One offers viewing from seven different penthouses, each styled in the décor of a different city, the latest in projection and sound technology, as well as gourmet dining. KeyBank helped the Coltmans realize their dream with a Small Business Administration loan.
Harnessing the creativity and ambition of numerous startups, freelancers, consultants, designers and entrepreneurs is a strong formula for growth at LaunchHouse. This innovative business that houses diverse small business owners looking to share space, ideas and success, has expanded to two new locations, with help from KeyBank.
Wanting to be their own bosses and to do something a bit more exciting, Anthony and Nichole Rains bought a franchise of Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park. The couple needed financing for the down payment, as well as for building the rides and attractions to fill a 39,000-square-foot structure. They turned to KeyBank to help them reach their goal.
Brosnan Risk Consultants
As a former New York City police detective, Patrick Brosnan saw the need for security beyond what the police could provide. After retiring, he started Brosnan Risk Consultants to protect banks, retailers and other businesses and to provide assistance in the wake of natural disasters and civil unrest.
Years of research and experimentation led a former Marine to create Topricin Pain Relief Cream. Originally sold at county fairs and natural food stories, it proved so popular that Lou Paradise eventually added other homeopathic products and built a company, Topical BioMedics.
Smokin’ Dave’s BBQ
Dave Oehlman knows the secrets to barbecuing tasty ribs and brisket but when it came to financing a fast-growing restaurant group he needed the help of an expert.
Young & Associates
When an executive at a consulting firm had the opportunity to buy the company, he ran into unexpected problems securing financing. KeyBank was there to help.
Pike Place Fish Market
When visitors and locals alike think of Seattle, one of the more iconic images is certainly that of a fishmonger tossing a heavy catch from behind the counter to the waiting hands of another at the scales.
Kirk's Pharmacy was ready to expand to meet the needs of a growing client base and a community that deserved better healthcare. KeyBank was there to help.
Ever since he worked a part-time job at a department store’s jewelry counter, Andy Moquin knew he would open a jewelry store of his own. He did just that, and one of his first customers just happened to be a KeyBank banker. Their conversation sparked a relationship – one that led to him receiving his first loan of $40,000. And now, twenty years later, Andy is the largest purveyor of loose diamonds and engagement rings in his area. In fact, KeyBank continues to put their faith in Andrew’s craft, recently helping him with a 1 million dollar SBA loan to help him create a new showroom.