Sno Falls Member Spotlights

Get to know our members in your community.

We Wouldn’t Be the Same Without Our Members

Chris Garcia next to Frankie's Pizza Logo

Chris Garcia of Frankie’s Pizza knows the key for small business success: one must truly care about their community. The restaurants’ six locations support schools and local charities, often donating pizzas to high school concession stands, PTSA, and local food banks.

“We really believe it’s a two-way street,” Chris says. “You can’t just take from a community, making a living from them and not give back.”

A Snoqualmie Valley native, Garcia first began working at Frankie’s in 1989. Then in 2000, he became the owner. Frankie’s has been with Sno Falls since 2017. Chris appreciates the personal connections made through community organizations and shared values.

“Sno Falls has always been an active member of the community, and have been around in the Valley for so long,” Chris says. “Everyone is friendly, they’re excited to see you, you get to know them, and enjoy working with them.”

Thanks Chris! We’re happy to work with you, too. 

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February, 2021

Scott and Monica Greenberg next to Convergence Zone Cellars logo

Scott Greenberg started making wine as a hobby in 2004. Friends and family encouraged him (by buying all his wine), and he soon opened Convergence Zone Cellars in Woodinville. In 2014, Scott and his wife Monica (winery co-owner) moved to North Bend, and eventually, so did their wine operation. Shortly after, they opened a Business Checking account at Sno Falls.

“I like how Sno Falls’ service is so personal and I still get all the same online banking tools offered by larger banks,” said Scott.

In other, related news, Convergence Zone Cellars just released three new wines. Their 2018 Drizzle Pinot Gris, 2018 Mistral Grenache, and 2018 Virga Red Blend are available now on their website.

November, 2020