Every Business Has a Story
Here’s to the local business owners. The ones who make their dreams a reality. To their late nights and early morning. To their extra hours. To those who dare to try. Those with passion. Every locally-owned business has a story – these are just a few of the ones we’re lucky to be a part of.
More than Sunday Mornings
The Story of ERUCC
When Rev. Barbara Kershner Daniel and the team at ERUCC wanted to be part of the community beyond Sunday mornings, they knew they needed an expanded and updated gathering space. With the help of FCB they were able to bring their vision for The Community Room to life.
Ward Off Ordinary
The Story of Tenth Ward Distilling Company
With a craft brewing and distilling scene growing in Frederick County, Monica knew it was time for Tenth Ward to expand. They were selling out of their products every weekend and quickly outgrowing their original location.
It Started With a Love of Dough
The Story of Glory Doughnuts and Diner
What started with borrowed commercial kitchens quickly evolved into one of Frederick's hottest places. See how owners Alissa and Keirsten Straiter took their dream of brining vegan treats to their hometown to reality.
A School for Beautiful Careers
The Story of the Temple: A Paul Mitchell Partner School
The Risers had a dream to open a school for students to learn the latest techniques and skills in salon service. But this concept was something new to many in the community and they needed a partner who understood their vision.
Ready for your next chapter?
Whether you’re just getting started, are looking to expand or need someone to talk to about your plans and questions, we’re ready with the resources, guidance, and products to help. As a community bank our priority is helping the Frederick community and local businesses grow and thrive. Come say hello to FCB!
More Local Stories
McCutcheon’s Apple Products
The story of McCutcheon’s Apple Products, Inc. started in 1938 with a single apple press in Downtown Frederick, and continues today with employees from the fourth and fifth generations of the McCutcheon family. Even with customers across the country and even abroad, McCutcheon’s is as local as it gets.
As Maryland’s largest agricultural county, Frederick is home to many family farms, like Teabow Farms in Walkersville. Teabow Farms is a nearly 1,000-acre dairy farm, with an operation history that spans three generations of the Stup family. From gorgeous cornfields to impressive machinery, Teabow is carrying on a rich legacy.
The White Rabbit Gastropub
White Rabbit Gastropub is anything but ordinary. Owners Kenneth and Chris like to do things just a little differently - from decor featuring upside-down Tiffany lamps and repurposed church pews to the 42 beers on tap and elevated menu. When you step into White Rabbit you're in for experience, atmosphere, and of course a delicious meal.
We Tried Pure Barre
What happens when you take the bankers out of the bank? Find out what happened when we challenged our team to a Pure Barre class.READ MORE
It Started with Fudge - The Story of 5 Local Businesses
Before he had five successful local businesses in Frederick, Mike Winder always knew he'd be his own boss someday. When he and his wife Terri opened Frederick Fudge and Ice Cream in 2005, it...READ MORE
Say Cheese! The Story Behind Crisafulli's
The story behind Crisafulli’s begins with owner Sharon Crisafulli’s passion for great food. While working as a real estate agent, Sharon loved to explore unique foods and flavors on the side....READ MORE
The Story of Glory - More than Dough
What started with a love of doughnuts quickly became a Frederick favorite. From borrowed kitchen space, to pop-ups, to their own storefront - this is the story of Glory Dough & Diner.READ MORE