Chase launched on Tuesday a new multi-media advertising and lending campaign, including digital media, radio, business and trade print publications, that features success stories from a business owner’s perspective.
“These entrepreneurs represent the spirit of American business, and we’re thrilled to have them part of Mission Main Street to raise their profiles and inspire others,” Donna Vieira, the head of marketing and product for Chase Business Banking, which started the Mission Main Street program in 2012, said. “The stories they share help reinforce the power of a strong partnership between Chase bankers and their clients.”
The new advertising campaign—Mission Main Street—features businesses that used financing from Chase Business Banking, Commercial Banking and Ink from Chase.
Chase is the number-one Small Business Administration lender by approved units for three years in a row. It offers limited-time lending offers to qualified buyers on SBA and conventional loans and lines of credit through Dec. 13.