Small Business Customer Dadz Bar & Grill Featured on FOX 29!
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By Eric Springer | Published: May 2022
Jim Filler, owner of Dadz Bar & Grill in Lumberton, N.J. for 34 years, prides himself on providing quality food and fun for his customers and their furry friends.
“All of our food is fresh and comes in daily,” said Jim, who got his start in the restaurant business working with his father. “On Wednesday afternoons, we invite customers to bring their dogs to the outdoor bar area for Yappy Hour. Everyone has such a great time.”
Always one to look for a great idea to enhance his business or improve its profitability, Jim, who has a background in finance, turned to WSFS Bank and Kym Gorrell, Small Business Relationship Manager, when he needed to get a new loan for Dadz.
“From beginning to end, WSFS turned around my loan in 30 days and I’m paying half as much.”
Recently, Jim welcomed WSFS Bank and FOX 29’s Bob Kelly to Dadz Bar & Grill for a feature segment of Bob’s new program, Kelly Drives.
About the Author – Eric Springer
Eric Springer is Assistant Vice President, Integrated Communications Manager at WSFS Bank. He brings more than 15 years’ experience in corporate communications and marketing for banking, professional services and nonprofit organizations.
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