Sponsored: Locally Owned Resurgens Bank Names “Best of” Decatur Winners


Resurgens Bank announced the winners of their “Best Decatur Business” contest today…

Resurgens Bank announced today the winners of its Best Decatur Businesses promotion in each of four categories. Resurgens Bank’s Best Decatur Businesses contest highlights the most-loved local entrepreneurs, retailers and professionals, with all Decatur-area businesses eligible for nomination
Participants were able to nominate their favorite local businesses in a variety of categories from dining and professional services to local retailers and builders. Resurgens Bank will donate a $1,000 prize to the Decatur-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization of the winner’s choice. The 2016 Best Decatur Businesses and their selected charities are:
Foodies & Brews:  Café Lily and L’Arche Atlanta
Goods & Gear:  Trinity Mercantile and Day League
Wisdom & Advice:  Sherwood Chiropractic Center and Women’s Resource Center for Domestic Violence
Builders & Creators:  Lockman Homebuilding, Co. and Decatur Cooperative Ministry
“We are so proud to highlight these great Decatur businesses,” says Pat Walsh, Decatur Market President for Resurgens Bank. “We’ve been supporting local companies for years, and we truly believe that investing in the Decatur community makes a better neighborhood.  All of us at Resurgens are excited to have the opportunity to honor these great entrepreneurs and help several local charities at the same time.”

Sponsored: Resurgens Bank Hosts “Best Decatur Business” Contest Promotion

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In celebration of it’s new location in the 315 West Ponce building, Resurgens Bank is hosting a “Best Decatur Business” contest.  The winning businesses will get to choose which Decatur non-profit gets a $1,000 donation.

Here are all the details…

Resurgens Bank announced today that voting for its inaugural Best Decatur Businesses promotion is officially open. Through September 30, voters can visit resurgensbank.com/vote to nominate their favorite local businesses in a variety of categories from dining and professional services to local retailers and designers.
“Decatur is a great place to live and work, and we want to recognize the businesses that help make this community so wonderful and unique,” says Pat Walsh, Decatur Market President for Resurgens Bank. “At Resurgens, we’ve been helping these businesses grow and prosper for many years – so much so that we’ve just opened a Resurgens Bank branch at 315 W. Ponce. We think showcasing the entrepreneurial spirit of Decatur is a great way celebrate this community.”
The Best Decatur Businesses promotion will highlight the best local entrepreneurs, retailers and professionals. All Decatur-area businesses are eligible for nomination in one of four categories:
Foodies & Brews:  The full array of dining and beverage options including casual and fine dining restaurants, coffee shops, taverns, bars, breweries, and dessert, ice cream and yogurt shops.
Goods & Gear:  All things retail from local clothing boutiques and specialty shops to jewelers, galleries, bookstores, candy sellers, wine merchants, furniture showrooms and more.
Wisdom & Advice:  When you need expert advice, these are the professionals you consult including accountants, auditors, attorneys, financial planners, engineers, IT consultants, management consultants, real estate agents and more.
Builders & Creators:  From homebuilders and renovators, to architects, interior designers and landscapers, these visionaries help you turn your dreams into reality.  
Winners of Resurgens Bank’s inaugural Best Decatur Businesses promotion will be announced on Oct. 15.  . Winners in each category will receive a $1,000 prize to be donated on the company’s behalf to the Decatur-based non-profit organization, 501(c)(3), of their choice.

Resurgens Bank Opening Branch at 315 West Ponce


Kelly sends along this pic that shows a banner over the old Wells Fargo drive-thru/ATM announcing a new branch office of Resurgens Bank coming to 315 West Ponce de Leon Ave (aka Place on Ponce).

Back in 2015, the owners of 315 West Ponce wanted to rent the space to an I Love Juice Bar, but the city denied the plan due to the need for exceptions to the city’s Special Pedestrian Area to build out the space.