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Community Express/Patriot Express Loan Workshop

 

tsbdcThe Tennessee Small Business Development Center is holding a Community Express/Patriot Express Loan Workshop at on June 24th from 10:00am till 12:00pm and 6:00pm till 8:00pm. This free seminar will be held at the TSU Avon Williams Campus located at 330 Tenth Avenue, North.

Are you looking for a small business loan for $5K, $10K or $25K?  This workshop provides important information on how to effectively finance a new or existing small business.  Learn step-by-step how to apply for the SBA Community Express or Patriot Express Loan.   Loans are available in amounts ranging from $5,000-$25,000. These loans are SBA-guaranteed and payable over 10 years with no prepayment penalty! This is NOT a credit card loan.

To register for this seminar, please call 615.963.7179 and follow the prompts or CLICK HERE.

SBA Community Express Loan Program Highlights

  • Loans up to $25,000
  • No financial statements or collateral required!  Full-time and part-time businesses are eligible.
  • If you are a start-up, in construction, have a home-based, Internet or any existing business looking to expand.

Are you a Veteran?

Patriot Express loans are for  veterans, spouses /widows of veterans, active duty, reservists and national guard members. Reservations not required.  If you have questions, please call 963-7179. This Community Express/Patriot Express Loan Workshop is sponsored by the Nashville Small Business Development Center located at TSU.

Important Notes

Bring the following documents if you wish to apply for a loan:

  • Photo copy of your driver’s License or official ID,
  • Social security number or Evidence of LPRA status if not a citizen
  • Federal Tax ID number (if applicable), and
  • Your Business Checkbook.
  • All partners, principals or co-owners of the business must apply together.

ALSO:  Those with a criminal history or anyone who has defaulted on a government loan including student loans are not eligible.  Non-profit businesses are also not eligible.


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