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CRDN of Greater Columbus

CRDN of Greater Columbus

Small businesses build communities.  They are the anchors to the infrastructure, and their success guides the success of those around them.  CRDN of Greater Columbus (Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network) is just that type of business to Central Ohio and Heartland Bank as their continued success inspires a partnership between a bank and a business destined for an extraordinary future.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Rees Flowers and Fine Gifts

Rees Flowers and Fine Gifts

Floral arrangements might not be a hot topic today, but when a major life event presents itself, you’ll probably find yourself wondering what your options are and who you can call. Rees Flowers banks on fulfilling the needs of its customers during these life-defining moments and partners with Heartland Bank to ensure that they can continue to provide quality and consistency in their floral designs for years to come.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Categories: Customer Stories
Land-Grant Brewery

Land-Grant Brewery

Can you say that you found your dream job? Many can’t, but Adam Benner and Walt Keys of Land-Grant Brewery can, and they do! With financing provided by Heartland Bank, they bought the building, expanded the brewery and they’re living the dream just seven years after these Ohio State college buddies brewed up their idea in a tiny carriage-house apartment.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Categories: Customer Stories
Diyanni Homes

Diyanni Homes

The Diyanni difference is not just apparent in their finished product – a dream home to last a lifetime. It exists in the commitment of the associates, the dedication of the family and the desire of the Diyannis to be the largest scatter lot (customer owned) builder in the Midwest, if not the United States.

Monday, June 10, 2019
Categories: Customer Stories
Heimerl Farms LTD.

Heimerl Farms LTD.

Is it a stretch to claim that your father built your bank? Not for Jim Heimerl. His father, Don Heimerl, was the contractor that built the Johnstown branch of Heartland Bank back when it was known as The Croton Bank. Heartland’s roots run deep in Licking County, and those roots are also securely wrapped around customers like Heimerl Farms nearly 30 years after their first account was opened.

Thursday, May 2, 2019
Categories: Customer Stories
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