Owner, Aloha Printing
San Marcos, CA
George Burrola knows the importance of staying local in support of his community and his clients. After graduating from USC, George and his father, Ruben Burrola, acquired their small printing business in 1988. They saw the potential of growing the company by providing a quality service with integrity and community involvement. George supports his local community through many worthy organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club and Rotary Club of San Marcos. George also appreciates his local bank. He respects Banc of California and his Relationship Manager for the wealth of knowledge and personal attention he receives.
"I've just been really pleased with the relationship that I’ve been building with the bank. From the ability to make deposits with our deposit scanner, to being able to strategize with a bank that is in touch with the community and my business needs, it’s refreshing."
Business owners are the driving force behind our communities. They provide vital products and services as well as jobs. Today, many business owners and entrepreneurs believe part of their mission is to give back to the communities they serve. When a bank looks at its business owner clients as partners in building communities instead of product consumers, businesses grow, communities are enriched, and dreams become reality. That benefits everyone from the entrepreneur to the employees to the customers to those touched by social outreach.