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Purchase of an existing business from SCKEDD’s Microloan and RLF Loan Programs.
Business expansion with financial assistance from Wakarusa Valley Development, Inc.
SBA 504 Loan Program from Mid-America, Inc. to help Holiday Inn Express in Atchinson
Start-up business obtains assistance/funding from Wakarusa Valley Development.
Domino’s Owner Purchases Property – Leavenworth, KS
Oklahoman Returns Home To Purchase Banner Restaurant
Automotive repair business is purchased and major renovations and updates financed by E-Community and Bank Loans.
Expansion of business
Woman-owned minority start-up business obtains working capital assistance from Great Plains Development, Inc.
Raintree received an SBA 504 loan through Wakarusa Valley Development, Inc. for the expansion of their existing Montessori school.
Existing business receives funds from SCKEDD for expansion.
Business obtains start-up funding for new entertainment option in downtown Concordia
Business obtains SBA financing to expand and move into new, bigger location.
Second Location for Business Rehabbing a Former Gas Station
Business receives financing assistance from Great Plains Development, Inc. for business start-up providing guided hunting in fenced preserve.
Description: Business receives financing assistance from Wakarusa Valley Development, Inc. for the expansion and improvement of its growing commercial solar energy business.
Existing greenhouse with locations in South Hutchinson and Newton has new ownership with help of SCKEDD.
Business obtained gap financing assistance from NCKCN to complete addition to increase production space.
Start-up business obtained SBA 504 and 7(a) financing assistance from Mo-Kan Development, Inc. CDC to purchase the land/building.
Business obtained SBA 504 financing assistance from Mid-America CDC to construct/start-up the business.
Business obtained financing assistance from Wakarusa Valley Development Inc. to open a second location.
Start-up brewery opens in downtown Salina with assistance . . .
Concordia business obtained small business funding through gap financing assistance from NCKCN to start-up his business.
Washington service center obtains gap financing assistance from NCKCN to start-up the business.