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Maple Shade Business Association

Small town, friendly businesses.

Helping Maple Shade customers connect with local businesses.

 

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Investors Bank

Phone: 856-414-1133 Website: http://www.myinvestorsbank.com
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Bio of Carol-Anne Peacock
For Carol-Anne Peacock, the Golden Rule applies to business as well as personal relationships.
“Treat folks how you would like your family to be treated,” she said.
Peacock has worked at Investors Bank since 2014 when it opened its branch in Maple Shade.
She moved to the area from Scotland in 1978, found it hard to find a job, and “was lucky” to get job as a bank teller at First Peoples Bank of N.J.
A director on the Maple Shade Business Association board, Peacock said the MSBA is an important organization for the township.
“They not only care about the business community but the entire community and how business effects Maple Shade’s growth and sustainability,” she said.
Peacock said she would recommend Maple Shade to someone looking to open a business there.
“Firstly the support given to any new business coming to town is awesome, from the township planning board, networking of businesses in Maple Shade (MSBA) and many more but mostly the community,” she said.
Peacock, who grew up in Renfrew, Scotland, graduated from Glasgow, Scotland and has lived in Cherry Hill since 1980.
She said variety makes her business unique.
“Every day is different!” Peacock enthused. “Every customer has different needs.”
Also, the rewards are many at the bank.
“The feeling you get when you really help someone is always the best feeling,” she said. “That’s what we strive to do here, always what’s best for the customer.
“Some of our customers feel like family to us, they share their life stories with us, include us in many life events, etc.,” Peacock added. “It is the best feeling to be part of a community like Maple Shade, especially when you did not grow up here.”
So, what is the greatest challenge the Maple Shade Business Association faces?
“Sometimes I feel the MSBA does not get the recognition it should in the community,” she said. “I don’t believe folks know exactly who does what.
“Maple Shade has many great organizations working hard to do the best for the community we all live and work in,” Peacock continued. “And working together, pooling resources and contacts to make Maple Shade even better would be ideal.”
She said building relationships and networking are the most important things she’s learned when it comes to business.
“Just have a conversation with folks: don’t think of the sale,” Peacock said. “First, get to know folks and let them know you and the sale will come.”

Member Spotlight

“Go the extra mile.”

That’s what Michael Meyer, broker associate at Keller Williams Real Estate, says is key to success.

Now in his 37th year as a full-time realtor, Meyer has been doing business in Maple Shade for most of his career.

Having grown up in the building and real estate business, he says treating people as you would expect to be treated is not only sound business practice but is also the right thing to do.

“I am hands-on working with buyers, sellers, and investors,” Meyer said.

So why work in Maple Shade?

“Maple Shade is the most business-friendly community that I work in,” Meyer said. “Being a member of the MSBA has kept me in touch with the business leaders of this town.”

He said the association’s biggest challenge is continued participation at various MSBA events.

Having grown up in Cherry Hill, Meyers attended the University of Arizona on an athletic scholarship.

He graduated from Cherry Hill East High School and the University of Arizona.

Meyer and his wife and I have two sons and they currently live in Mount Laurel.

When not working, Meyer said he enjoys golf, motorcycles, and spending time with his family.

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When and where we are meeting!

 Tuesday, March 10, 2020 
Happy Hour – Meet & Greet
5:30pm to 7:00pm
Dr. Brewlittle’s Brewery
108 E. Main Street
Maple Shade, NJ

(No breakfast meeting in March)

Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Breakfast Meeting – 7:30am
Palace of Asia
480 Route 38 East
Maple Shade, NJ

Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Breakfast Meeting – 7:30am
Palace of Asia
480 Route 38 East
Maple Shade, NJ

Tuesday, June 9, 2020
Happy Hour – Networking
5:30pm to 7:00pm
Laurel Lanes / Spliz Bar & Grill
on the Patio
2825 Route 73 South
Maple Shade, NJ 

No Meetings in July or August

Palace of Asia Maple Shade NJ

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