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PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE... Córonado What's all the BUZZ about? L-R: Coronado Honey Bee Farms owners Miriam and Sebastian Coronado give Peoples Bank VP W. Chance Abbott a peck inside one of their hives, with Head Beckedeper Daniel Lopez at the ready Peoples Bank is proud to introduce Miriam and Sebastian Coronado, owners of Coronado Honey Bee Farms. A second generation beekeeper, Sebastian started his bee farm here in Lamar County in 2016. Their business has grown to include over 250 hives at 8 locations across 2 counties. With an average of 50,000 bees per hive that's 12.5 million "employees" at Coronado Honey Bee Farms! Honey is just a sweet business by-product, because the main purpose of the bee farm, or "apiary, is to rear carefully selected, gentle Italian Queen bees which are sold to hobby farmers and commercial producers. In fact, beekeeping can qualify land for an agricultural exemption, and Coronado even sells Ag Exemption Starter packages of 6 hives To learn more about beekeeping, Queens, and the products Coronado provides, visit coronadohoneybeefarms.com, check them out on Facebook, or call 903.495.9911 And for their honey make sure and stop by the Paris-Market Square Farmers Market on Saturdays from 8 am-1 pm Peoples Bank knows that customers like Sebastian and Miriam want a financial partner who can help with all their business and personal banking needs as they grow. At Peoples Bank you'll get the one-on-one personalized attention you deserve. Stop by and visit with one of our experienced team members today. You'll see that "People Helping People" is more than just our motto; it's the way we do business. PEOPLES BANK pbparis.com Lake us on Facebook LENDER 903-783-3800 2805 Lamar Avenue Member FDIC PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE... Córonado What's all the BUZZ about? L-R: Coronado Honey Bee Farms owners Miriam and Sebastian Coronado give Peoples Bank VP W. Chance Abbott a peck inside one of their hives, with Head Beckedeper Daniel Lopez at the ready Peoples Bank is proud to introduce Miriam and Sebastian Coronado, owners of Coronado Honey Bee Farms. A second generation beekeeper, Sebastian started his bee farm here in Lamar County in 2016. Their business has grown to include over 250 hives at 8 locations across 2 counties. With an average of 50,000 bees per hive that's 12.5 million "employees" at Coronado Honey Bee Farms! Honey is just a sweet business by-product, because the main purpose of the bee farm, or "apiary, is to rear carefully selected, gentle Italian Queen bees which are sold to hobby farmers and commercial producers. In fact, beekeeping can qualify land for an agricultural exemption, and Coronado even sells Ag Exemption Starter packages of 6 hives To learn more about beekeeping, Queens, and the products Coronado provides, visit coronadohoneybeefarms.com, check them out on Facebook, or call 903.495.9911 And for their honey make sure and stop by the Paris-Market Square Farmers Market on Saturdays from 8 am-1 pm Peoples Bank knows that customers like Sebastian and Miriam want a financial partner who can help with all their business and personal banking needs as they grow. At Peoples Bank you'll get the one-on-one personalized attention you deserve. Stop by and visit with one of our experienced team members today. You'll see that "People Helping People" is more than just our motto; it's the way we do business. PEOPLES BANK pbparis.com Lake us on Facebook LENDER 903-783-3800 2805 Lamar Avenue Member FDIC