Why We’re Here
In March of 2021, we opened District Bonding. As we approach the end of year two, we reflect on why we started the business in the first place: providing an excellent customer service experience while helping our clients obtain the bonds they need to grow their business.
Since starting the company, we’ve had a lot of fun! We wanted to share with you some of what we’ve been up to from our second year in business – thank you to all of those who have joined us on our journey!
What We’ve Accomplished This Year
- Doubled in Revenue
- 50 New Accounts
- $2 Million In-House SBA Authority
- Licensed Across the U.S.
- SWaM Certified!
- 5 Star Rating On Google!
- A New Website! Check it out!
Out And About
The best part of the business is the people! We’ve had a lot of fun getting out and making new friends and business connections.
We’ve connected with bankers, CPAs, lawyers and other industry partners that have made an immediate impact on our clients’ success!
Giving Back To The Community
On September 21, 2022, District Bonding was a proud sponsor of the United Way of the National Capital Area Loudoun Regional Council Golf Outing.
Over 100 industry partners (surety companies, CPAs, bankers and contractors) attended the event.
Joshua Etemadi is Chair of the Council and the event raised over $35,000 to support UWNCA’s efforts in Loudoun County! A special thank you to Juniper Construction for helping us reach our goal at the end of the event!
This year, funds raised from the event are going to UWNCA’s WeekEND Hunger Backpack program. Many grade school children are food insecure, which means the only meal they get is their meal at school. Kids will get a backpack filled with food to keep them full over the weekend and return them to school energized and ready to learn!
If you weren’t able to make it, we hope you can make it out to next year’s event!
The Big Dig
Last year, while looking for something to do with our kids on a weekend, we stumbled upon the American Cancer Society’s First Annual Big Dig of the National Capital Area, which raises money for pediatric cancer research.
The Big Dig gives local children and families the opportunity to be “hard hats” for the day, operating heavy construction equipment including excavators, scissor lifts and more!
We loved the event so much that we joined the planning committee and also sponsored the event! The event was a great success, raising nearly $100,000 towards pediatric cancer research.
Joshua and Edin co-authored three articles for Construction Executive’s online platform, CE This Week:
Building Bonding Capacity From an Underwriter’s Perspective
Building Bonding Capacity: A CPA’s Perspective
Building Bonding (and Banking) Capacity From a Banker’s Perspective
If you’ve made it this far, we’re glad!
We know you have options when choosing your surety broker. We’ve worked really hard these past two years to bring a customer service experience unlike any other you’ve had.
We want to talk to you about your goals. We want to talk about your values and what matters most to you.
And at the end of the day, we want to find a way to take your mind off the stress of growing and maintaining your bonding program.
We look forward to working with you soon!
Happy Holidays and Happy Bonding!