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“Everyone has been really, really good to me.”
– Bob Ramirez, Owner of Back Page Jazz & Comedy Club, Lowell, MA
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Merrimack Street, Back Page Jazz & Comedy Club is a destination that must be sought out to be discovered. This is all well and good with owner Bob Ramirez—a firm believer in the power of word-of-mouth advertising. Bob started the club at the request of his friends, who had long complained about the void of venues catering to a 30+ crowd. Now, one of the premiere clubs in the area, Back Page has become a hub for locals to share a pint and raise a glass to some foot-stomping live local entertainment.
When asked what he likes most about running the Back Page, Bob is quick to point out that it’s the people—the connection he gets to make with the artists, city officials, Lowell Sun workers, and others he otherwise wouldn’t get to know.
“As a small business you don’t have a lot of people on your side. You’re always having to do, do, do.”
– Arthur Bilis – New York Deli Pizzeria, Waltham, MA
If you want authentic New York style pizza in Waltham there’s only one place to go: New York Deli Pizzeria. We spoke with proprietor, Arthur Bilis as he was doing his morning prep work. In between slicing up some vegetables and grilling an enormous quantity of chicken breasts, he shared some insights on the importance of community support.
“For me it’s survival. Without the community I can’t survive. I’m a local business so I don’t have any other way of making money than the community eating here.” It’s a notion that clearly works both ways, as Arthur generously supports the community by donating to local events, high schools, soccer teams and more. When asked what he liked most about Sage Bank he talks about how refreshing it is to have someone “on your side,” and “actually helping you along the way.”
The Merrimack Repertory Theatre brings world-class theater to the Merrimack Valley. The theatre takes great pride in bringing challenging work to Lowell, and attributes a large part of their success to the intelligence and sophistication of the local community.
Sage Bank is proud to be a sponsor of the theatre, and the lobby.
“All banks are friendly because they want your money. That’s not the point.”
– Ron Belley, Owner School Street Truck Parts, Lowell, MA
There’s not a nook or cranny of School Street Truck Parts not filled with, well, truck parts. From floor to ceiling and then back again, the space is jam packed with all manner of things to keep your American-made light truck rolling right along. Yet there is order to all this chaos and its name is Ron Belley.
Ron took the business over back in 1980. After learning the ropes from a competitor up north, he was able to turn his passion for trucks into a thriving business. Asked about why he has chosen to bank with Sage for 25 years, he’s quick to point to a particular time when a Sage Bank employee proactively called to tell him the bank was closed during a storm. In his own words: “Would a big bank do it? That’s why I’m there.”
Ron proudly runs School Street with his sons Steve and Craig. Read our full interview with Ron here.
“In this business the worst thing you can do is stay the same, you have to make constant little changes to keep people walking in the door.“
– Mitchell Sawaya, Owner Strange Brew Tavern, Manchester, NH.
The first thing one notices upon entering Strange Brew Tavern is the vast quantity of books that adorn the walls. Stand a moment longer, and you’ll hear the curious sound of an elevated model train winding its way around the dining area. It’s this type of charm that makes the Strange Brew Tavern so inviting. Of course, hosting phenomenal live music and offering a huge selection of craft beers doesn’t hurt either.
Five years ago, owner Mitch Sawaya reached out to Sage Bank about his vision for turning an abandoned restaurant into what is now a thriving traditional American pub. Clearly, neither have looked back since.
Mitch sites the responsiveness and unbiased feedback he gets from Sage Bank as its key differentiator from other banks.
“Part of what you accept as an artist here is being open with your work and sharing with the public.”
– Pamela Wamala, Studio artist
Pamela Wamala creates remarkable pastel landscapes born from untold visits to the marshlands of New England. Drawn to the area in 1983 to study art at UMass Lowell, Pamela sites both the thriving artistic community and the affordable cost of living as her reason for not moving to a more traditional art hub like NYC after graduation.
As a part-time art teacher at local assisted living centers, Pamela gives generously of her time to those that clearly need it most. Her favorite thing about Sage Bank? The tellers. In her words: “It’s nice to have a neighborhood bank that knows your name.”