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Posted on: January 12, 2021

Second Round of COVID-19 Small Business Rescue Grant Fund Recipients Announced

Second Round of COVID-19 Small Business Rescue Grant Fund Recipients Announced

Madison, IN—The City of Madison announced today the second round of the COVID-19 Small Business Rescue Fund grant recipients. Twenty-two small businesses are being awarded grants totaling $207,175. These small businesses selected have shown considerable need due to the direct impact of the COVID-19 crisis and a strong commitment to create and retain low-to-moderate income jobs. Award recipients were selected after careful review from the City of Madison Revolving Loan Committee.

The city is pleased to award the following businesses:

  • 7L Food Group, LLC
  • Advantage Auto Solutions
  • American Wildflower, LLC
  • Bad Apple Macs, LLC
  • Blades Styling Salon, LLC
  • Champs Sports & Corp Apparel
  • Crafton Brothers Coffee, LLC
  • Fine Threads
  • Hos Coffee, LLC
  • Jennifer's Simple Fashions
  • Kentuckiana Publishing, Inc.
  • Laser Command, LLC
  • Main Street Antique Mall, Inc.
  • Mill Street Enterprises, Inc.
  • Miss Libby's on Main, Inc.
  • Miss Vivian's, LLC
  • MV White, Inc.
  • ProCoat Products
  • Spaulding Dental Office
  • Suntime Printing
  • T&T Inflatables
  • Winward International Corporation

 "The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on our community's health and economy. We are grateful to Governor Eric Holcomb, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch, and the Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) for their support and willingness to allocate necessary resources to our small business community. Through the COVID-19 Small Business Rescue Fund, which totaled $300,000, the City of Madison Economic Development Department has directly assisted 32 businesses that employ approximately 231 individuals. Over 94% are low-to-moderate income employees. The city is continually looking for opportunities to assist our business community in navigating through this pandemic. We hope to offer additional grant programs as they become available," said Mayor Bob Courtney.

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