Socks to a T: Dave Twombly


Whether you fancy foxes or prefer pirates, you’re sure to find your perfect pair of socks at Dave Twombly’s shop.

 

As the owners of three businesses in Florence—Socks to a T, All About Olives, and Central Coast Disposal—Dave and his wife, Lynne, are seasoned entrepreneurs. In order to focus on running their diverse companies, they count on us for all their business banking needs.

 

“We have banked with OPB for over 20 years and have been very satisfied with the friendly staff and with all the services they provide,” Dave says.

 

The Twomblys put their trust in us to handle their checking and savings, merchant services, point-of-sale services, credit cards, line of credit and mortgage loans, allowing them to do what they do best— selling quirky socks.

 

“Our journey has been fun and educational,” Dave says. “Retail clothing is a great way to be creative; we have a great design team for our T-shirts and sweatshirts and offer so many crazy and cute socks to choose from.”

 

In addition to selling eccentric socks, Dave and his talented team design an array of T-shirts and sweatshirts, including “magic shirts” that reveal vibrant colors when exposed to the sun, Rhododendron Festival-themed shirts and high-quality hiking, running and compression socks.

 

Located in Florence’s beautiful Old Town on historic Bay Street, Socks to a T is a local gem, and Oregon Pacific Bank is honored to partner with the Twomblys and put on a new pair of their silly socks, every day of the week.

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