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Supporting small this holiday season is supporting your community Sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday is a staple for shoppers looking to score holiday deals. EGO But for small businesses, the kickstart holiday shopping event is an opportunity to remind consumers to support local businesses and communities year-round. "Shopping small is important because those locally owned entities are the ones support- ing your fairs and your church organizations," Greta Mooney, co-owner of Wayne Lumber & Supply in Waynesburg, said. "The way I look at, you can't pray for a blessing and not be a blessing in return." SUPPORT The family-owned business has been supplying the community and fellow local businesses with quality products for decades. With strong ties to the community, Mooney said it was a natu- ral choice to choose another community staple, Community Bank, as their financial institution. "Community Bank has always been a part of our community," she said. "It was an obvious choice for us to work with them as well." 2021 Miss Rain Day Emily Bennett at Wayne Lumber and Supply. Mooney has been a customer of the bank since she was 16. She and husband, Ryan, relied said small businesses are the "heartbeat of local Community Bank is a locally-managed, indepen- on Community Bank to finance their purchase economies and communities." of Wayne Lumber & Supply in 2018. She finds "when you support local businesses, they in turn that there are many benefits to working with support local communities. For every $100 you dent bank that offers comprehensive financial services to regional businesses and residents. Chartered by the United States in 1901 as the First National Bank of Carmichaels, Community Bank a local bank. "They know us and we know them. They have economy," Henry said. "Southwestern Pennsyi- has steadily grown over the last 120 years. a familiarity with our customer base," Mooney vania is blessed with a variety of small business. Today, Community Bank continues to offer stead- said. "We appreciate it. It's like "Cheers," where es that offer a wide selection of gifts and every- fast personal service, coupled with the latest in everybody knows your name." More importantly, they share the same ideals local and see what they have to offer." when it comes to supporting the community. financial services and technology. With offices in the Tri-State region and with dedicated commer- cial relationship officers, Community Bank offers old fashioned relationship banking, notable for day items. We encourage consumers to shop She encourages consumers to also consider oth- "Our ideals align with Community Banks' in sup- er ways to support small businesses. porting the local community," Mooney said. its speed, flexibility and common sense. "I can't stress the importance of supporting To learn more about Community Bank, and the Bob Duritza, who own the Shop 'n Save in small businesses through social media," she services and products they offer, visit Washington, echoes Mooney's sentiment. For said. "Engaging with them or leaving reviews www.communitybank.tv. Duritza, working with a local bank has made all can really impact businesses. Or simply refer- the difference. ring a business. Little things like that can really add up for small businesses." "They understand our business. They understand our needs, and they are happy and quick to meet As consumers ramp up their holiday shopping, Du- them," he said. "We've been with Community ritza hopes they'll remember that supporting small, Bank for more than a decade. Prior to that, we local businesses also benefits their community. were with a larger East Coast bank. We've found "When you shop local, your money stays in the that Community Bank is easier to work with. And community." he said. "We all live and work here. we appreciate that." Sponsored content brought to you by ch Community Bank The profits aren't going somewhere else. And Jeanine Henry, Vice President of lending and because of that, we're able to give back to the collections at Community Bank and chairwom- community through donations and support oth- an of Waynesburg Prosperous and Beautiful, er local businesses when we can." Member FDIC LENDER Supporting small this holiday season is supporting your community Sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday is a staple for shoppers looking to score holiday deals. EGO But for small businesses, the kickstart holiday shopping event is an opportunity to remind consumers to support local businesses and communities year-round. "Shopping small is important because those locally owned entities are the ones support- ing your fairs and your church organizations," Greta Mooney, co-owner of Wayne Lumber & Supply in Waynesburg, said. "The way I look at, you can't pray for a blessing and not be a blessing in return." SUPPORT The family-owned business has been supplying the community and fellow local businesses with quality products for decades. With strong ties to the community, Mooney said it was a natu- ral choice to choose another community staple, Community Bank, as their financial institution. "Community Bank has always been a part of our community," she said. "It was an obvious choice for us to work with them as well." 2021 Miss Rain Day Emily Bennett at Wayne Lumber and Supply. Mooney has been a customer of the bank since she was 16. She and husband, Ryan, relied said small businesses are the "heartbeat of local Community Bank is a locally-managed, indepen- on Community Bank to finance their purchase economies and communities." of Wayne Lumber & Supply in 2018. She finds "when you support local businesses, they in turn that there are many benefits to working with support local communities. For every $100 you dent bank that offers comprehensive financial services to regional businesses and residents. Chartered by the United States in 1901 as the First National Bank of Carmichaels, Community Bank a local bank. "They know us and we know them. They have economy," Henry said. "Southwestern Pennsyi- has steadily grown over the last 120 years. a familiarity with our customer base," Mooney vania is blessed with a variety of small business. Today, Community Bank continues to offer stead- said. "We appreciate it. It's like "Cheers," where es that offer a wide selection of gifts and every- fast personal service, coupled with the latest in everybody knows your name." More importantly, they share the same ideals local and see what they have to offer." when it comes to supporting the community. financial services and technology. With offices in the Tri-State region and with dedicated commer- cial relationship officers, Community Bank offers old fashioned relationship banking, notable for day items. We encourage consumers to shop She encourages consumers to also consider oth- "Our ideals align with Community Banks' in sup- er ways to support small businesses. porting the local community," Mooney said. its speed, flexibility and common sense. "I can't stress the importance of supporting To learn more about Community Bank, and the Bob Duritza, who own the Shop 'n Save in small businesses through social media," she services and products they offer, visit Washington, echoes Mooney's sentiment. For said. "Engaging with them or leaving reviews www.communitybank.tv. Duritza, working with a local bank has made all can really impact businesses. Or simply refer- the difference. ring a business. Little things like that can really add up for small businesses." "They understand our business. They understand our needs, and they are happy and quick to meet As consumers ramp up their holiday shopping, Du- them," he said. "We've been with Community ritza hopes they'll remember that supporting small, Bank for more than a decade. Prior to that, we local businesses also benefits their community. were with a larger East Coast bank. We've found "When you shop local, your money stays in the that Community Bank is easier to work with. And community." he said. "We all live and work here. we appreciate that." Sponsored content brought to you by ch Community Bank The profits aren't going somewhere else. And Jeanine Henry, Vice President of lending and because of that, we're able to give back to the collections at Community Bank and chairwom- community through donations and support oth- an of Waynesburg Prosperous and Beautiful, er local businesses when we can." Member FDIC LENDER