Why did Cap n` Cork sWitCh to a family

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Why did Cap n` Cork sWitCh to a family
Andy Lebamoff, Joe Doust
Owners
Why did Cap n’ Cork
switch to a family-owned bank?
Relationship
With 15 stores throughout Fort Wayne, Cap N’ Cork sure has grown since it first opened as a grocery store in 1911.
Co-owned by brothers-in-law Joe Doust and Andy Lebamoff, the third-generation family business credits its success to
keeping its customers happy over the years with great service. Which is why they switched to STAR Bank, a family-owned
bank that believes a banking relationship should only get better with time, like fine wine. Are you ready for a switch?
For all your commercial banking needs, call Joe Martin at 260.479.2500
today or visit starfinancial.com for more information.
It takes a family bank to understand a family business.
Member FDIC
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