Andy Has the Next Best Thing to a Crystal Ball - BankCherokee

Andy Has the Next Best Thing to a Crystal Ball

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Who would have known that the sales tax on this particular large-equipment purchase could potentially be rebated, translating into thousands of dollars saved? Well, Andy did.

You wouldn’t ordinarily think of turning to your banker for shopping advice (do you even know who your banker is?), but that’s the kind of thing someone “in the trenches” for over 25 years intuitively brings to the table regularly.

Andy is a third-generation banker and genuinely understands the ups and downs, the pride and challenges, found in the day-to-day of running a business. Even more, he knows the impact a business can have on a community, which is why you’ll find him rubbing elbows with his clients and their friends at local events and associations.

Oh, and did we mention? He’s an owner of BankCherokee. What are the possibilities found in that kind of banker access? No need to imagine, here’s his number: 651-291-6266.

One of Andy's clients shares her experience:

Andy Gesell, Banker
Founding Family Owner

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Success Stories

The Kaths connected with Andy Gesell, senior vice president and third-generation owner of BankCherokee, who was referred by one of their realtors. Gesell noted he and the bank believed in the project from the get-go. “They’re a well-established business and they’re working to make the communities we serve better,” Gesell said. “The partnership made perfect sense.”