Dr. Justin Schlaikjer, a St. Louis periodontist, discusses his relationship with Commerce Bank and how Commerce helped him purchase his dental practice.
Dr. Gary Pascoe of Denver discusses working with Commerce Bank for his dental practice's financial needs for new equipment, merchant processing and more.
Dr. Brick Sheer, a Wichita Dentist, discusses his experience banking with Commerce Bank since 2009 for his dental practice refinancing and loan needs.
Ken Stricker of The Jones Company points to Commerce’s consistency as key to their long-term banking partnership and success.
Graphic Village's long relationship with Commerce Bank makes making big decisions easier when utilizing SBA funding.
Geren Moor, CFO of GBT Realty, found a banking partner in Commerce Bank to help facilitate his strategic vision to execute their work well on any project.
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