Customer Spotlights

Partnerships that Matter: Supporting the Entrepreneurial Spirit

May 30, 2018

Tony DeVol, owner of Tradition Title, has been in the title business for 30 years and has run two of his own title companies. “I have always felt that I’m an entrepreneurial person. I like to control my own destiny,” said DeVol. “I like being able to make decisions and execute things in the manner […]

Partnerships that Matter: Enabling Creativity in Montgomery County

January 4, 2018

Bankers and artists don’t usually go together, but in the case of Revere Bank and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, it’s a partnership making a big impact! Revere has been working with the Arts and Humanities Council, a local nonprofit that cultivates and supports excellence in the arts and humanities in the […]

Partnerships that Matter: Supporting Our Veterans

December 28, 2017

Supporting our nation’s veterans is a personal cause for so many Americans. And, in the case of one local nonprofit, it has been their flagship cause for the last 40 years. Vietnam Veterans of America’s (VVA) goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans and all veterans. From […]

Partnerships that Matter: Building Connected Communities Together

December 5, 2017

  Building connected communities requires input from all community members – from businesses to individuals. That’s why Revere Bank is proud to work with Impact Silver Spring, a local nonprofit working to build and sustain community-based networks that ignite local inclusive economies and vibrant communities. “A bank like Revere is rare these days,” said Michael […]

Partnerships that Matter: Fighting for Clean Waterways

September 29, 2017

The Potomac River impacts all DMV communities and residents in one way or another. Whether it’s walking along the Georgetown waterfront or kayaking in Great Falls, the Potomac River provides endless entertainment and resources for DMV residents, including a crucial source for clean drinking water. That’s why Potomac Conservancy’s mission is to advocate for the […]

Partnerships that Matter: Protecting Those in Need

August 23, 2017

When your mission is helping protect people who need it most, there is no time or money to waste. Shared Horizons is a D.C.-area nonprofit that manages pooled trusts, helping protect the personal finances of those with special needs. The Shared Horizons team works to improve quality of life and to protect each client’s benefits. […]

Partnerships that Matter: Supporting Vital Missions

November 22, 2016

When your company’s mission impacts critical research for breast cancer and autism, there is no time to waste. For one small business owner, Derek Johnson, CEO of Ansible Government Solutions, his company’s support of these missions was in jeopardy—until he was introduced to Revere Bank. “I couldn’t believe how difficult it was for a small […]

Partnerships that Matter: On the Fast Track to Success with Autobahn Speedway

May 23, 2016

Fast cars and speedways don’t usually go hand-in-hand with banking, but in the case of Revere Bank and Autobahn Indoor Speedway, banking made a group of entrepreneurs’ speedway dreams a reality. David Larson, managing partner of Autobahn Indoor Speedway (a European-style indoor go-karting facility), found Revere while looking for financing to open a new Maryland […]

Partnerships That Matter: Banking on Healthy Pets with Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital

April 18, 2016

Not every bank can say it helps keep animals safe, healthy and happy. Here at Revere Bank, we do just that through our banking partnership with Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital. While many banks focus exclusively on financials, Revere emphasizes building relationships and partnering in success with local businesses that are making a difference. Rocky Gorge […]

Partnerships that Matter: Baking Up Success with Baked by Yael

February 3, 2016

Can great banking make great baking possible? In the case of Revere Bank and Baked by Yael, the answer is yes! Thanks to Revere Bank, Baked by Yael opened its first brick and mortar store last year. Yael Krigman is the businesswoman responsible for D.C.’s hottest new sweets spot. The lawyer-turned-baker started as an online […]