Raising Money for Full-Service Restaurants
With these bank loans for full-service restaurants, the SBA guarantees the lender that the loan will be repaid. This full-service restaurants loan for $364,500 was given to a Pennsylvania entrepreneur in 2002.
This small firm knew how to go about getting a business bank loan. Based in Indiana, Pennsylvania, they applied for and were awarded an SBA-guaranteed loan in 2002. The lending bank was Pnc Bank, National Association, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
SBA Loan Borrower
COMPANY TYPE: FULL-SERVICE RESTAURANTS
INDIANA, PA 15701
SBA Loan Lender
PNC BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
249 FIFTH AVE
PITTSBURGH, PA 15222
This lender provides SBA loan for small businesses as part of the SBA's Preferred Lender Program (PLP). SBA PLP lenders are chosen from among the SBA's best lenders and have full delegation of lending authority in most situations.
SBA Loan Program Type
This loan was issued as a general business loan.
722110 - Full-Service Restaurants
Loan Approval Date
Loan Approval Gross Amount
Loan Approval from the SBA
Of the total $364,500 loan amount, the SBA guaranteed $273,375.
More Information on This SBA Loan
The borrower borrowed this money for a new business. According to the loan information, this was not a franchise loan. At the time of the loan, the company
had 14 employees. The loan application indicated that the loan would help retain 14 existing jobs.
Start the Process for Getting an SBA Loan Today!
The Small Business Administration (SBA) provides government-guaranteed loans designed to help small businesses that may not otherwise qualify for credit get the funds they need.
Folks who know a lot about raising money for companies know that SBA guaranteed loans are a great funding source for small businesses. Talk to a bank like Pnc Bank, National Association and they will explain how you can get an SBA loan for your company.
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