Monthly Archives: April 2017
We’re always looking for top achievers to provide the best service to our clients. We’re happy to have found one in Douglas Metzger, who has just joined The Biltmore Bank of Arizona as Senior Vice President/Senior Relationship Manager. He is responsible for supporting and expanding client relationships and providing our clients resources and products they need to support their businesses.
Previously, Doug worked for M&I Bank/BMO Harris Bank in Phoenix as a relationship manager and team lead and for First Interstate Bank/Wells Fargo Bank, also in Phoenix, before that. He has extensive experience working with machining and construction companies but has also worked with a wide range of industries represented in the Phoenix market.
“Our bankers have a deep understanding of Phoenix business,” said Rich Endicott, president of The Biltmore Bank of Arizona. “Doug’s history banking local businesses and his community ties further strengthen our bank.”
Doug spent 10 years as chairman of Friendship Retirement Corporation’s foundation, an organization that provides a broad continuum of high quality senior services. He is a graduate of the banking management program at Pacific Coast Banking School in Seattle, Washington and currently resides in Glendale.
“I’m looking forward to leveraging my deep banking experience in the Phoenix market to help grow The Biltmore Bank of Arizona and spread the word about its services,” said Doug.
Some of you may know Doug from his years of membership in Glendale Chamber of Commerce or the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. If you like to hit the links, you might spot him there, too, though this golf fan says his favorite courses are in Montana, where he loves to visit and play with his dad. Also a fisherman, Doug recommends the fishing spots along Mogollon Rim in Arizona, where he says the lakes and trout streams are remarkable.
We think we’ve made a great catch in adding Doug to our team, and we hope you have a chance to meet him soon.
It was madness at The Biltmore Bank of Arizona again…March Madness, that is! We hosted our 4th annual March Madness event on March 17, spending a fun, basketball-filled day at The Golf Tank to kick off the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament with 300 clients and colleagues.
This marked our third year at The Golf Tank, which features eight big-screen televisions, shuffle board, billiards, foosball, ping pong, putting greens, darts, poker and a state-of-the-art golf simulator. We also rounded up food trucks from The Maine Lobster Lady, Mustache Pretzels, Frosted Frenzy, Flyin Hawaiian, Rock-a-Belly and Luncha Libre for a remarkable spread of delicious lunch and snacks.
Throughout the event, we raffled off nine different prizes, including Biltmore Bank Titleist Golf Balls, Phoenix Suns tickets and a leather wine tote, complete with a bottle of wine, of course! One of our event sponsors, Old Republic Title, hosted a “Closest to the Hole,” game and the winner chose between an Apple Watch or Android Watch. Rose Law Group and People’s Mortgage Company also sponsored our March Madness event.
This fun, casual event was a great way to make professional connections, compare brackets and get to know each other in a laid-back environment. Thanks to everyone who participated.
As usual, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament had its upsets, its triumphs and no shortage of hard work. Sounds a bit like business, doesn’t it? We’re always grateful to our clients for letting us be part of their remarkable teams.
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