CommerceWest Bank (OTCBB:CWBK) sponsored the Orange County Business Council annual dinner. The theme was Breaking Free - from economic constraints, over-regulation and old ways of doing business - setting your business apart in a tough economy. The Orange County Business Council is the leading voice of businesses on important issues locally, regionally and nationally. The organization works to enhance Orange County's economic development and prosperity to preserve a high quality of life. Mr. Ivo Tjan, Chairman and CEO of CommerceWest Bank stated, "We felt that it was important to support the Orange County Business Council and this event because businesses continue to use the economy as the reason that they are not doing well. They focus on the economy instead of finding creative and innovative ways to be different from their competitors." He continued, "We provide our clients with banking, economic, financial and business guidance. We work with our clients to structure solutions and business plans that help them achieve success despite the economy." CommerceWest Bank has been redefining banking since inception. It is our mission to create a complete banking experience for each client, catering to businesses and their specific banking needs, while accommodating our clients and providing them high-quality, low-stress, and personally tailored banking and financial services. Through innovative technology, a team of visionaries, and an ability to truly understand businesses' needs, we have created an experience where our clients can "Bank on The Difference." CommerceWest Bank is headquartered at 2111 Business Center Drive in Irvine, CA, with Regional Offices in Orange County, Los Angeles County and San Diego County. We are a full service business bank and offer a wide range of commercial banking services, including concierge services, remote deposit solution, full-service internet banking, lines of credit, term loans, commercial real estate lending, SBA lending, and full cash management.
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