Valley Market: MWSBF Borrower Spotlight

“Every decision that was made during this process was focused on our guest.” – Kip Wilkes, owner Valley Market in Thayne, Wyoming Kip Wilkes’ Valley Market used an SBA504 (small business loan) for an expansion and remodel of the store. Valley Market has been a staple in Thayne, Wyoming for more than 25 years. The remodel and expansion, nearly doubles the size of the store (from 18,000 sq feet to 33,000). The updated décor was chosen specifically to reflect the colors, textures and design elements found throughout Star Valley. Additionally, the remodel puts customers first with guest focused flourishes that run the gamut from larger aisles to more high quality… Read More

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Mountain West Small Business Finance Announces Promotions and Changes in Leadership Structure

May 1, 2019, (Salt Lake City) – Mountain West Small Business Finance (MWSBF), Utah’s largest SBA lender, also operating throughout Wyoming and the mountain west, announces changes to their leadership structure, effective Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Danny Mangum has been promoted to chief operating officer. In his new capacity, Mangum will have oversight for the following departments: human resources and administration, budget and finance, and loan closing. He will continue with his current loan officer duties until MWSBF’s CEO Scott Davis retires (Spring 2020), at which time Mangum will then transition more fully to additional responsibilities in loan review and business development.   “Danny has been a top producer for… Read More

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Congratulations Marcie Nelson: 20 Years with MWSBF

When asking Marcie Nelson how it feels to be celebrating two decades with Mountain West, the response is a jovial “Well, I supposed I feel a little older and SO much wiser!” The Senior Servicing Administrator celebrates 20 years with Mountain West Small Business Finance today, (Friday, March 1, 2019). Nelson said she’s does about everything in servicing, but handling prepayments is her favorite. “I enjoy the interaction with our borrowers, helping to solve problems, answer questions and hopefully leave them happy that they did business with us and will come back if they need financing.” Borrowers, colleagues and co-workers have felt her influence and positivity. In fact, when asked… Read More

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