Anderson Brothers Bank is a full-service bank based out of Mullins, South Carolina, with 23 locations throughout the Pee Dee, Coastal and Low Country regions.
Like most other financial institutions, ABB offers consumer checking and savings accounts, personal loans, credit cards and mortgages. Also like other local banks, they serve area businesses and their financial needs, including large loans, cash management, and personal service.
When asked, “what sets Anderson Brothers Bank apart from all the other banks in the area?” Bryan Lenertz, VP Horry County Executive says, “our people.” He means, of course, the people with whom you see or speak with on a frequent basis, the people who handle your money, and the people who help make your dreams come true.
However, we all know that as good as the “people” may be, a business would be nowhere without its customers. This year, Anderson Brothers Bank wanted to shift its focus from an internal spotlight of employees to an external spotlight of its female-owned business customers.
“Each of these women play an integral role in their individual companies and in our communities, and they deserve some recognition,” says Lenertz. Represented are salons, accounting and law firms, a local hotel, medical spa, party store, and more.
“Each of these businesses and their owners are crucial to our local economy in Horry County and we are honored to have them as not only customers, but also as friends,” says Jessica Buttles, commercial loan officer.
Reba Fowler, owner of Railroad and Main Salon in Loris, has been an ABB customer for nearly 10 years and encourages each of her employees to bank with ABB due to the personal attention she knows they will receive.
Marlisa Kay Small, owner of Wigs for Cancer in Little River, hosts numerous large events each year drawing nearly 500 participants and donors to raise funds for those in need.
“Both Kathy Linder of Roxanne Towers and Orit Deverell of OMG Candy Store value our relationship banking; they know I’m only a phone call or text away,” says Debbie Guyette, Commercial Loan Officer.
Kelly Conlon is the president/CEO of Dan-Kel Concrete and through her leadership, the 37-year-old company has established an excellent relationship with SCDOT and has grown in the Atlanta, Charleston, Richmond and Columbia markets.
Anderson Brothers Bank provides each of these companies with the financial services necessary to ensure their business runs smoothly at all times. From basic business checking accounts to larger business expansion loans, and convenient remote deposit capture to responsive customer attention, ABB wants to make certain these ladies spend less time banking and more time running their businesses.