Scott Thorson is the Market President at our Cañon City & Leadville branches. Since 2005 he has been an associate with PB&T as an experienced lender.
Scott can handle a wide variety of loans for his customers, ranging from commercial real estate financing, construction loans, lines of credit and equipment financing to personal home construction loans and real estate investment loans. He takes pride in building strong relationships with his customers and enjoys enriching their lives with financing. When it comes to dealing with new customers, Scott advises them to not be intimidated by the lending process. He encourages them to do the best they can to illustrate their business performance by presenting financial records, such as tax returns, profit & loss reports, or balance sheets, or a business plan with projections if your business is a start-up. Business owners who are seeking a loan should be prepared to discuss the strengths of your venture, any potential challenges you might face, and to show how much you have personally invested into your business.
A lifelong resident of Cañon City, Scott loves to spend his free time outdoors. He enjoys spending time running with his kids, spending time with family and friends, watersports, and firearm activities.
Commercial Real Estate / Commercial Construction / Residential Construction /Operating Lines of Credit / Residential Real Estate Investment / Equipment Financing
Born & raised in Canon City
While most of my free time is spent running my kids around to various activities, I do enjoy time with my family & friends, skiing, firearms, and water-sports activities when I get a chance.
The most gratifying part of being a lender is the relationships I build with people and the ability to truly make a difference in their lives.
Don’t be intimidated. Do the best you can to illustrate your business performance by bringing in your financial records (Tax Returns, Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet, etc…) or a business plan with projections if your business is a start-up. Be prepared to discuss the strengths of your venture, any potential challenges you might face, and to show how much you have personally invested into your business.