Business of the Month


October—Mai Tong Tai Food

“We approached Clatsop Community Bank for business financing,” said Bob Burns, who owns Mai Tong Thai Food with his wife, Sopa. “We showed them all of our plans, and they were very receptive,” he said. “And when our trailer took longer than expected to complete, the bank was patient with us. They had faith in […] Read More.

September—Reveille Ciderworks

Reveille Ciderworks opened its doors in Astoria in August 2017. Today, the purveyor of craft, pre-prohibition-style American hard ciders is looking to double its production. “We’ve been working with Jack Ficken at Clatsop Community Bank to take on debt to expand,” said Jeremy Towsey-French, owner of Reveille Ciderworks. “It’s possible to build a successful business […] Read More.

August—Helping Hands Reentry Outreach Centers

This fall, Helping Hands Reentry will open its newest outreach center. Located in Astoria, the 65-bed home will be the organization’s 12th and is financed by Clatsop Community Bank. “We have a great relationship with Clatsop Community Bank,” said executive director Alan Evans. “When they heard we were coming to town, they approached us and […] Read More.
Julia Weinberg

March Business of the Month—Seaside Wellness Center

“I felt very supported by Clatsop Community Bank when I opened my practice,” said Julia Weinberg, owner of Seaside Wellness Center. Julia, who has now been in private practice for over a year, says she didn’t even understand all of the language around owning and operating a business when she first got started. She worked […] Read More.

September Business of the Month—Ben’s Computer Store

“My previous bank didn’t see the vision I had for this piece of property,” said Ben Doney, owner of Ben’s Computer Store in Warrenton. Ben spoke from the new location of his store, which backs up to SE Discovery Lane (in front of Costco) in Warrenton. He owns the building, which is fully occupied with […] Read More.