Randy Fischer Named VP, Commercial Loan Officer – Bridgerland for Mountain West

Randy Fischer Named Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer – Bridgerland for Mountain West Small Business Finance Article Highlights Mountain West Small Business Finance has named Randy Fischer as vice president, commercial loan officer – Bridgerland. Fischer will be responsible for the company’s loan production in Northern Utah and Wyoming. Fischer comes to Mountain West with a wealth of experience—more than 15 years in the banking industry. Vice president and loan officer Judd Blakesley, who was recently named MWSBF’s manager of marketing & government relations previously had oversight for the Bridgerland region. You can contact Randy via email at rfischer@mwsbf.com or phone at 435-938-8207 Read the full press release below. June… Read More

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S&B Aluminum Foundry: MWSBF Borrower Spotlight

The Great American Story I sit with Seng and Hensen Rin for almost an hour. They’re the father-son team behind S&B Aluminum Foundry in West Valley City, Utah. Seng, the father and owner of S&B, is originally from Cambodia. His son Hensen, the company’s vice-president, was born in the states after Seng (an orphan who escaped the Cambodian Killing fields in the late 70s) was moved from a refugee camp in Thailand to the states. Seng’s story has all the makings of a NYT Bestseller. I’m on the edge of my seat, and also somewhere between disbelief and astonishment the entire time the tale is relayed. Hensen, peppers in commentary,… Read More

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Roolee: MWSBF Borrower Spotlight

Roolee Then & Now On the cusp of college graduation, Kylee Champlin founded Roolee in 2013 when she was given the chance to purchase her college employer’s small boutique and make it her own. Roolee is a women’s fashion retailer in Logan, Utah that also sells home décor and kids apparel. It’s style is best described as fashionably hip with a hint of vintage twist. With and SBA 504 loan, Roolee purchased a condo adjacent to their current retail space, making a larger photo loft and relocated their office space to accommodate the company’s growth. The expansion also allowed the company to open their children’s shop and clothing line “Roolee… Read More

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Stone Canyon Inn: Small Business Borrower Spotlight

Red Rock Magic and Magesty Anyone who’s traveled through southern Utah can speak firsthand to the majestic and magical red rock splendor of the area. Visitors travel from all over the world to see the stunning red cliffs and towers of orange sandstone juxtaposed with bright blue skies. Twenty years ago, Dixie and Mike Burbidge, came to Tropic from Northern Utah to start a bed and breakfast near Bryce Canyon. Today, the Stone Canyon Inn’s 80 acres bordering the east property line of Bryce Canyon offers beautiful accommodations and up-close and personal access to particular breathtaking views of the area. The Stone Canyon Inn has 15 rental units that include… Read More

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