‘Banking for good’ is our guiding ethos at FirstBank. Simply put, we strive to do what’s best for our customers, communities, and employees. We’re thrilled to work with businesses that share those same values, and in our Good Business video series, we showcase a handful of current business owners and innovators helping advance their industry or making an impact in their community.

These five businesses have used their FirstBank relationship to successfully grow their organization and have created a path for aspiring entrepreneurs. From a company pushing the transportation industry into a cleaner future to a private jet catering duo creating their American dream, these entrepreneurs are putting Good Business first. Meet each one below:

GNA Clean Transportation Consultants

Commercial transportation is the backbone of the American economy, and for over 100 years, it’s been powered by fossil fuel. GNA is striving to change that and create a more sustainable future by building a viable market for low-and-zero-emission transportation technology.

Desert Hospitality

Minority-owned Desert Hospitality Group knows that building a thriving community means understanding its needs and becoming a part of it. That’s exactly what owners Jinder and Pardip Singh have been doing in Southern California as they help shape Palm Desert’s thriving community.

Club U Lucky Dog

Club ULD owner Angelique Salazar has wanted to be a businesswoman since she was little. In 2010, she accomplished her goal and opened Club U Lucky Dog. Since then, Club ULD has grown into a premier 25,000 sq. ft. doggy daycare and boarding facility in Denver, focused on creating a caring environment for our four-legged friends.

Jetstream Seasoning

For Jet Stream Owner Rafael Gutierrez, cooking is more than a job, it’s a form of self-expression. With hard work, determination, and support from his wife and co-owner, Cinthya, he turned his passion for cooking into a successful business.

Alcorn Construction

Construction has historically been a male-dominated industry, but Amy Alcorn and her husband, Christopher Alcorn are looking to change that. As a woman-owned business, Alcorn Construction is paving a path for other entrepreneurs.

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