Business of the Month


Young’s Bay Restaurant — December 2014

Nicole Keller and Nick Clark chose Clatsop Community Bank for their business banking needs when they opened Young’s Bay Restaurant in Astoria this fall. “We wanted to use a local bank,” Nicole said. “It’s important to us that our funds stay in our community,” she added. “Community banking is also just a more friendly, personal […] Read More.

The Crabby Oyster—November 2014

“We talked to a couple of banks when we needed a loan to get the restaurant started,” said Greg Pugh, who owns The Crabby Oyster in Seaside with his wife, Tausha, and family members David and Britnie Posalski. “We didn’t like what we were hearing at the other banks, and then went to Clatsop Community […] Read More.
Rob Meadows

Meadows Broadcasting—October 2014

Meadows Broadcasting “I wanted to work with a local bank,” said Rob Meadows–owner of Meadows Broadcasting and KRKZ radio in Astoria–of his choice to bank at Clatsop Community Bank. “For me, it’s important to support businesses in our own community,” he said. “With a big bank, your money goes somewhere else.” “Plus, everyone is very […] Read More.

Tsunami Sandwich Company—September 2014

“We first worked with Clatsop Community Bank when we were shopping loans to open our second restaurant,” said David Posalski, who owns Tsunami Sandwich in Seaside with his wife, Britnie. “We secured the financing we needed at Clatsop Community Bank, and went back for additional financing when it was time to expand. Now our personal […] Read More.