Marion County Businesses Receive More than $692000 in Small Business Grants - KNIA / KRLS Radio

Marion County Businesses Receive More than $692000 in Small Business Grants - KNIA / KRLS Radio

Marion County Businesses Receive More than $692000 in Small Business Grants - KNIA / KRLS Radio

Posted: 24 May 2020 02:53 AM PDT

Several local businesses have received assistance to make it through tough times caused by COVID-19. Governor Reynolds launched the Iowa Small Business Relief Program to provide financial assistance to small businesses economically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in April, and several rounds of funding have been released since then. The program offers eligible small businesses grants ranging from $5,000-$25,000. in addition to offering Iowa businesses a deferral of sales and use or withholding taxes due and waiver of penalty and interest. The application window closed March 31 and Iowa Economic Development Authority will not open a new round of applications. As of May 20th, $72.5 million has been distributed, including more than $692,000 to Marion County based businesses.

Marion County businesses and organizations are encouraged to help Iowa's economic recovery and growth by completing a new survey developed by the University of Northern Iowa's (UNI) Institute for Decision Making and Strategic Marketing Services. This is a follow-up to the survey of businesses/organizations released mid-March.

The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) will use survey results to inform public policy on recovery and growth, including potential resources for businesses and organizations.

Please follow this link to complete the survey, which will take 8 to 14 minutes and needs to be submitted by Friday, May 22 at 5:00 pm.

The following have received grants:

9 Lilas Boutique – $19,000
Bruxvoort's Decorating Center – $25,000
Buenas Corporation (Cantarito's) – $25,000
Child and Family EyeCare, P.C. – $25,000
Digital Galleria Designs LTD – $19,689
Jessica Hartwick Photography – $12,267
Life Interpretation, Inc. – $20,000
Luv Cole Boutique – $13,000
Molengracht Hospitality LLC – $25,000
Nick's Greenhouses and Flower Shop – $25,000
Pella Family Dentistry P.C. d/b/a Family Dental Practice – $25,000
PK4 Incorporated – $10,000
Oriental Express, Inc – $7,500
R&G Investments Inc (Jimmy John's) – $25,000
Ramirez MX Food (El Charro) – $25,000
Reflections Hair Design Studio – $12,456
Ruby River LLC (The Funky Zebra) – $25,000
Sheaffer Wellspring, LLC – $22,000
Silver Lining Enterprises, LLC – $5,120
Simple Treasures LLC – $15,000
Tamory LLC dba Tamory Hall – $20,000
The Cutting Edge Styling Salon LLC – $20,000
The Dans Company LLC – $19,000
The Gift LLC (Thistles) – $25,000
The Sanctuary of Pella – $20,000
The Wijn House L.L.C. – $5,000
Triumph Enterprises LLC – $7,100


Bottoms Up – $10,001
Chaos &e LLC – $10,000
Dingus Inc. – $15,000
Flip Squad Tumbling – $5,500
Knoxville Dental Center, P.C. – $25,000
Manny's Dinner LLC – $20,000
Red Rock Restorations – $11,000
Teresa Williams dba Jacobsen Travel Agency – $15,000
Travis J Egesdal PC – $25,000
Treasured Portraits – $9,023


Klise Dentistry PLLC d/b/a Stone Ridge Dental PLLC – $25,000
North End Tavern – $15,000
The Pet Stop LLC – $10,000


Popular posts from this blog

COVID-19: New business ideas emerge as people work from home - The Jakarta Post - Jakarta Post

5 Last-Minute Ideas for a Successful Small Business Saturday - Entrepreneur

Here are 5 myths about side hustles you can't afford to ignore - CNBC