Driving the Cbus

Driving the Cbus

The Driving the Cbus podcast co-hosts, Scott McComb, CEO of Heartland Bank and Kailyn Bucklew (McComb), a third-generation community banker, offer two different perspectives as they sit down and get real with local business owners. From well-established companies to startups, small businesses are the heart and soul of Columbus. Tune in to find out how it all began, what keeps them up at night – the current struggles they face, and what successes they are most proud of with some entertaining stories along the way.

Episodes

May 18, 2022 34 min

We welcome Jordan Helman as our guest on the podcast, to celebrate the official opening of High Bank Distillery Co.’s new Gahanna/New Albany (OH) location on 5/18/22!

Intentional is the word that comes to mind when referring to High Bank Distillery and its growth process in Columbus, and it also explains the core beliefs of two men whose friendship evolved and resulted in this successful distillery and restaurant. Jordan Helman and...

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We welcome former Ohio State University Buckeye basketball great, radio sports broadcaster, and entrepreneur Ron Stokes.

Ron talks a bit about what it was like to be a part of OSU basketball during his time on the team.

So when you go there to play basketball, you’re definitely going to be looked at and watched. Every day you’re on TV, you’re on the radio. And so you have to make sure that you’re taking care of your business, right...

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We were fortunate to speak with LPL Financial’s Ryan Detrick just prior to his annual Economic Forecast & 2022 Outlook Luncheon, presented by Heartland Bank. This year he spoke at a luncheon in The Exchange in Bridge Park.

Ryan talks about his career journey, moving from accounting to finance, and from Western & Southern Financial Group right out of college, then to various companies to now LPL Financial.  What did he learn...

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January 3, 2022 35 min

We welcome Kevin Crowley, the owner of The Lox Bagel Shop, as our guest.

Right now, they have one location in the Short North. He went to the Culinary Institute in New York City. From there he brought that skill back to Columbus, where he met his wife and they have two young children. As a restaurant entrepreneur, Kevin talks in-depth about how you have to have an irrational belief in your concepts and your people. You have to bloc...

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“Done is better than perfect.”

Randy Malloy has lived by that mantra unwittingly for most of his existence. Sometimes you just have to get it done.

WWCD Radio has gone through numerous changes over the past few decades. The format has remained the same, but most noticeably to the listener, frequency changes on the FM dial.  Randy talks about this, and more about being an entrepreneur, the importance of local business, and how impor...

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We’re really privileged to have Cameron Mitchell, Founder and CEO of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, the CRM Group on this episode.

And he is no stranger to anyone in central Ohio. And now Cameron Mitchell Restaurants are breaking out on the national scene, with restaurants from coast to coast.

We’re going to hear more about his success, his origins, where it all came from, and some of the challenges that they have in the restauran...

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Greg Ubert is the Founder and President at Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea. After a short promising career in Chicago, he considered many opportunities. But, in the end, specialty coffee was his answer. He decided his mission would be to blend and roast a better cup of coffee.

He moved home to live with his parents in Columbus, Ohio while he got his fledgling business off the ground. Why Columbus? He saw some great opportunity to grow...

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Our new season brings changes!

As the initial creator of Heartland Bank’s Diving the Cbus, Kailyn Bucklew (McComb) remains actively involved in the development and continuation of the series. She is a co-host with her father, Scott, in addition to her duties in the Commercial Banking division. After graduating from The Ohio State University and beginning her career at Heartland, Kailyn started her “life” which includes her fiancé w...

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Laurie is our guest again, and we cover how Heartland Bank can help your business with the process of applying for the Paycheck Protection Program.

The CARES Act established a new $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program. The Program is providing much-needed relief to millions of small businesses so they can sustain their businesses and keep their workers employed.

The new loan program will be available retroactive from Feb. 15, 20...

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Laurie is our guest again, and we cover how Heartland Bank can help you, as a sole-proprietor or self-employed, with the process of applying for the Paycheck Protection Program.

The CARES Act established a new $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program. The Program is providing much-needed relief to millions of small businesses so they can sustain their businesses and keep their workers employed.

Starting April 10, 2020, independent ...

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In this episode we talk with Jessica McNamee, Director of Financial Planning. How should investors react to the stock market during this COVID-19 pandemic?  Jessica encourages investors to address "risk" vs "uncertainty."  This is why you should plan. She stresses, stay calm, and don't make rash financial decisions. Take an assessment of your reserves and cash money. And, if you can take the long term perspect...
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We talk with BJ about what measures and options are being put in place with this pandemic. Hardship options that you can ask about are deferred payments or interest only payments.  To find out more, contact your bank.  That information should be readily available on your monthly mortgage statement. BJ also covers how escrow is handled with any hardship option you may choose, plus what information you should have available when yo...
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We talk with Ben about the safety of your deposits at your financial institution during this COVID-19 pandemic. All deposits are safe in your bank.  The FDIC insures up to $250,000 per depositor per account category.  What are examples of the account categories? Accounts like single, joint, retirement, revocable trust, and irrevocable trust are a few examples.  You can get specific information about what the FDIC insures at Ask ED...
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Alyssa gives us an update on what you can (and can't) do at your bank during this COVID-19 pandemic. Right now, specifically at Heartland Bank, and most banks, branch lobbies are closed except by appointment. Drive thru banking is still open, with staff and managers available at the branches. The best way to reach your bank, if you need to meet in person, is contact your banks customer service representative by phone. Alyssa...
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Laurie is our guest, and we cover how your bank can help your business during this pandemic. What should your business being doing today? Keep communicating.  To your bank, CPA, insurance agent, all your partners Re-evaluate your revenue streams Create a 13-week cash flow, and update every few days What will a banker need to know when you contact them for options?  Laurie offers up these items that will be covered. What...
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Disclaimer: The opinions voiced in this show (program) are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. To determine which investment(s) may be appropriate for you, consult with your attorney, accountant, and financial advisor or tax advisor prior to investing. Securities are offered through LPL Financial, member FINRA/SIPC. Insurance products offered through LP...
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January 7, 2020 36 min
Betty Collins is with Brady Ware CPAs. She started her career in public accounting way back in 1988. As co-leader of the Long-Term Care Service team, which helps provide services to individuals with intellectual and development disabilities in nursing centers, established effective operational models so that they maximized their available funding. She consults with other small businesses, helping them prosper, with advice on genera...
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I speak with Joel Oney, Vice President, Manager of Agribusiness Lending at Heartland Bank. Joel has over 20 years of agricultural finance and leadership experience with Ohio and Kentucky farmers. He received his bachelor’s degree in Dairy Science from The Ohio State University and his master’s degree in Animal Nutrition from the University of Kentucky. Joel was born and raised on a dairy farm in northern Ohio where his family milk...
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November 12, 2019 27 min
Pat John began his career as a title professional in 1985 in Dallas, Texas. Over the last 20-plus years, Patrick has held a host of positions—everything from processor to residential closer. In 1994, Patrick moved to Kansas City after accepting a position as a sales representative. In just a few short years Patrick was named the State Manager of Kansas. In 1997, Patrick moved to Ohio to manage the central Ohio operations for a maj...
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Greg Overmyer, CPCU, and Chief Executive Officer at Overmyer Hall Associates is my guest. Find out how he, after  a casual meeting with Cameron Mitchell changed the course of his career path. Greg started his career in 1987 after graduating with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Miami University. He worked for Continental Insurance Company before accepting a position in Commercial Property & Casualty Sales with B...
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