Success Stories

VetLoan Advantage Provides Needed Capital to Capital Business Machines

Capital Business Machines logo

Rogers runs Capital Business Machines with his father, Bill, and two brothers, Byron and Bryce. The family has been in the business since 1975 and Capital Business Machines has been around since 1939. Needing to expand, the Rogers family found that the VetLoan Advantage product was a good fit and would allow them to find the unique combination of warehouse and office space that they desired for their business.

 

Galley Support Innovations Expands With Loan from Six Bridges Capital Corporation and Centennial Bank

Gallery Support Innovations LogoGalley Support Innovations, a family-owned business based in Sherwood, Ark., was experiencing significant growth in April 2012 and needed more space. Since they were leasing, the Radkes couldn’t expand their facility and looked for one to buy. They were able to expand their business with an SBA 504 Loan from Six Bridges Capital Corporation, in partnership with the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group, and Centennial Bank.