Restaurant Revitalization Fund: The Basics
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In the coming weeks, food and drink establishments, caterers, mobile food operators, and other eligible applicants will be able to begin applying for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF). The RRF will be making $28.6 billion in grants to hard-hit food service businesses to help offset lost revenue since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While details are not fully available, now is the time for eligible applicants to begin planning for the opening of the application portal.
In partnership with rural, tribal, economic development, and resource partners of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Martin DeWitt with the SBA Montana District Office will elaborate on what the RRF is, who is eligible, and how the it overlaps with other pandemic-related programs.
If you are a restaurant, bar, or food service business owner who could benefit from additional funding to keep your doors open please join us for this 45-60 minute webinar to learn more.
Register at: https://mtsbdc.ecenterdirect.com/events/5020?fbclid=IwAR1fDMTX-IRxwIjcbPqiQPsL5hL53gkhwLfS3Bsgf4AYYLTPkANPPnxr-FU
Presented in partnership with the following:
Montana Small Business Development Centers Montana Women's Business Center MonTEC Women's Business Center Region VIII Veterans Business Outreach Center
With additional support from these host organizations:
Great Falls Development Authority Big Sky Economic Development Prospera Business Network Headwaters RC&D Bear Paw Development Corporation Helena College Flathead Valley Community College Miles Community College University of Montana Great Northern Development Corporation Ravalli County Economic Development
Brought to you at no cost through funding from the CARES Act.