American River Bank

Business of the Week

When you achieve your goals, we feel like winners, too.  That's why we offer our clients the opportunity to showcase their business in one of our branches and here on our web site.  It's just one of the ways we help you achieve more.  

John Gonzales, D.C.
Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. John Gonzales graduated with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic-West and is a skilled chiropractor and wellness practitioner. He specializes in the adjustment of the spine and extremities in order to restore function and improve joint health using diversified techniques.
"Take care of your body; you only get one and it has to last an entire lifetime."
Gonzales Chiropractic
9960 Business Park Dr Ste 140
Sacramento, CA 95827
(916) 368-7938

Family Bargain Thrift
Katherine Begay is the owner of this thrift shop. She has new treasures weekly from women’s clothes. Home goods, Toys, Men and child’s clothes and Furniture. She also does estate sales for her customers.
26590 State HWY 88
Pioneer, CA 95666
(209) 295-7005

Capitol Mall
Community Against Sexual Harm
Our mission is to assist women that have been commercially and sexually exploited through survivor-led peer support and harm reduction services, while providing education about the harm inflicted on women and the community. 
(916) 856-2900

Gold River
Lighting Unlimited
Lighting Unlimited is now under new ownership! We have a fresh take on not only lighting, but how lighting is a key design component in your home. Our showroom boasts the latest and greatest in the lighting industry, has a wide variety of home décor options and competitively priced pottery. We look forward to helping you with all of your lighting and home décor needs. Check out our website or give us a call!
(530) 676-4716

The Parish Café
What started as a bustling beignet business at the Santa Rosa and Windsor farmers markets four years ago blossomed into a full-blown Naw'lins po'boy shop late last year. While delicious, the place is decidedly NSFD (not safe for diets). "Look, it's fried," says Lippincott of the sandwiches so close to his heart. "But ain't nothing wrong with that. It's a beautiful way to cook. "In a gruff, slightly drawled voice, New Orleans transplant Rob Lippincott describes the food at his Healdsburg restaurant, the Parish Cafe. "These dishes haven't changed in over a hundred years, and I don't want them to," he says on a sunny afternoon on the veranda of the converted 1860s home. "You can put your Californication on everything, but don't do it to my food."
Rob & Karla Lippincott
(707) 431-8474
60-A Mill St., Healdsburg
Wednesday–Sunday, 9am–3pm

Diana West, Financial Services Representative
As a representative of Mass Mutual Financial Group, Diana helps business owners identify and prioritize the financial strategies that are critical to the ongoing success of the business. Most businesses evolve through four distinct stages: Start-up, Growth, Maturity and Transfer. Depending upon the stage your business is in, there are different business planning needs that can she can address with you as a team.
(916) 878-3339 

Amador Flower Farm
The Amador Flower Farm offers nearly 1,200 daylily varieties in pots all year at the Flower Farm itself, which is nestled in beautiful Shenandoah Valley, California, among world-renowned wineries and historic gold-mining towns, only an hour from Sacramento. The farm is located in Plymouth, California and is open daily from 9am to 4pm all year, while the annual old-fashioned home town Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze are open daily October 1-31 from 9am to 4pm.
Jeannie Deaver
22001 Shenandoah School Rd.
Plymouth, CA 95669
(209) 245-6660

Point West
Meissners Sewing
Meissners Sewing has been in business since the 1930s. Specialize in sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. They have many classes and events going on all the time. They also have service and repair.
Jim Meissner
(916) 920-2121

Wilderness Archery 
Wilderness Archery is a family owned and operated business since 1958. You can find all things archery in any one of their pro shops, they also offer archery classes, as well. They serve every archery enthusiast’s needs in many locations, such as: San Francisco, Reno, Chico, Modesto, and of course here, in Rocklin! This local, well equipped shop is located in Rocklin at 4870 Pacific Street!
(916) 630-8700

Santa Rosa
Rayne of the Wine Country
Rayne Of The Wine Country is owned and operated by local resident Randy Vogel. Randy is a 25 year veteran of the water treatment industry. His Rayne Dealership services all makes and models and sells Rayne products such as water softeners, water purifiers/reverse osmosis systems, water conditioners, water filters and filtration options specifically designed to filter out Iron, pH, Sulfur and Manganese. Randy also provides monthly soft water and drinking water service for those customers who do not want to purchase the equipment.
Contact Us: (877) 566-8899
Local: (707) 527-0373






How it Works
Each week, select American River Bank branches showcase one of our local business clients in our branch. We will provide you a table to spotlight what your business does and share marketing materials. We'll also link your business web site on our Business of the Week web page.

If you would like to sign up for Business of the Week, please contact:

Sacramento County
Sara Seyyedin
(916) 231-6301
Capitol Mall
Tony Kwiatkowski
(916) 231-6513
Gold River
Lynn Reid
(916) 231-6224
Point West
Kymla Birchette 
(916) 231-6103
Placer County Sonoma County
Peggyann Gates-Allen 
(916) 231-6408
Santa Rosa
Nathan Andreassen
(707) 508-4151
Ana Wegesser
(707) 431-2111
Amador County
Marsha Burney
(209) 295-1881
Sherry Butler
(209) 223-7236
Cathy Williams
(209) 274-9374