Business Spotlight: Meadows Bank (sponsored)

Mike Hix is Northern Nevada Regional President for Meadows Bank.

Mike Hix is Northern Nevada Regional President for Meadows Bank. Courtesy Photo

Main branch location: 6518 S. McCarran Blvd., Reno, NV 89509
Downtown location: 50 W. Liberty St., Ste. 100, Reno, NV 89501
Name of Owner(s): William Bullard, Chairman of the Board; Arvind Menon, President and CEO; and Mike Hix, Northern Nevada Regional President
How Long Have You Been in Business: Meadows Bank was founded in 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada; the first Northern Nevada branch opened October 2012.
Main phone: 775-343-7100 (775-343-7150 fax)
Downtown phone: 775-343-7078 (775-343-7099 fax)
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/meadows-bank

NNBW: Tell us about your business and some of the most important services you provide?

Mike Hix: Meadows Bank is a full-service, Nevada-based community bank. Meadows Bank is committed to serving the needs of local businesses in our communities. Our experienced commercial lenders go the extra mile to understand both your business and your industry.

Whether you want to acquire land for development, start or expand your business, purchase equipment, hire employees, finance a franchise or expand your office space, we offer a range of loans with varying terms, rates and requirements.

Our business account services offer the features and benefits your business needs to grow and succeed. We can customize all of our business service tools in order to give you the peace of mind and confidence in knowing that your business is moving forward. Our team of experienced professionals will suggest the products that will help you manage your cash flow more effectively, while putting you in control — reducing costs and saving time!

NNBW: What are some of the key things your business does to ensure premium levels of customer service?

Hix: Because we know you, we know it’s not just a loan or an account … it’s your business. For Meadows Bank, that makes it personal! Choosing the right bank for your company is no small thing. And Meadows Bank takes its products, services — and most importantly, relationships — as seriously as you take your business. Our team of dedicated experts digs in to discover your needs with a “Get it Done” attitude.

We know the local climate and take the time to understand the needs of each of our clients. We are committed to helping our clients and their businesses with the funding and banking services needed to expand, grow and prosper.

NNBW: What makes Northern Nevada such a great place to own and operate a business?

Hix: The continued growth in Northern Nevada’s population and influx of companies to the area right now is a good indication of the benefits for both businesses and individuals.

Our four-season environment, location to some of the most beautiful recreational areas in the world, and overall beneficial business climate — certainly compared to our neighbor California — will continue to make this one of the best places to work and play. This growth will continue to create a thriving market for existing and new companies.

NNBW: As a local business, why do you feel it’s important to give back to the community?

Hix: We know that we are only as strong as the community we serve. If our community is doing well, then we do well. So, it is only natural that we are deeply invested in the communities in which we live and work. We truly care about the businesses and their owners that make our community so successful.

During these recent difficult times, we know that our Nevada customers continued to rely on Meadows Bank to provide the services they need. We will be here, working side by side with our neighbors to make sure our community is strong and standing tall when this crisis passes. Together we will make it through — because together, we are stronger.

This article was provided and paid for by Meadows Bank. Interested in spotlighting a local business? Email Associate Publisher Melissa Saavedra at 
msaavedra@nevadanewsgroup.com for details.


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