When Robin Hoy, co-owner of PuroClean Restoration Services in Kenilworth decided to take advantage of UCEDC's limited time offer of a 0% loan for women business owners (made possible by Investors Bank and the Tory Burch Foundation), she intended to use the proceeds to pay off more expensive debt.
That was before Hurricane Matthew.
With more work than local vendors down South could possibly handle in the aftermath, the call for help went out nationwide for emergency restoration services. Robin was able to answer that call thanks to the working capital she had at her disposal from her UCEDC loan. She and her team traveled to Savannah and Tybee Island with three new industrial-strength dehumidifiers.
"Having access to working capital makes all the difference to a small business", says Robin. "We were able to purchase the equipment we needed for the job and still had funds to pay off some existing debt. What a boon to our cash flow!".
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761 Lexington Avenue
Kenilworth, NJ 07033