Nickel is growing to provide the same amount of loans to local small businesses in the Nickel Reno Reconstruction Fund. This September, the project will provide a $ 50,000 loan to the Bar Down Down Hockey Shop in Reno – to the Jennifer M. O’Neill community ice rink in southern Reno.
The Reno Reconstruction Foundation is an option for financial support and will award special businesses with loans ranging from $ 5k to $ 50,000. These loans are at a low interest rate of 3-5 years. All loans, interest and payments will go directly to the Reno Reconstruction Fund for future projects and investments in our community.
The global epidemic Covi-19 has created a new interest in the local community for financial support and small businesses. This September, the owners of the Reno Reconstruction Project generously awarded this year’s Bar Down Down Hockey Shop. The Bar Down Hockey Shop will soon be a major source of hockey equipment, success skating equipment, lacrosse equipment, clothing and education for Northern Nevada. As specialists in high hockey and success skating products, bar owners and staff ensure the best fit, quality and price point for each player.
Every time a guest enjoys a drink or meal at the Sierra Tap House, Ole Bridge Pub and Brewery, Nickel donates to the Reno Reconstruction Fund by the Community Foundation. Shareholders Michael Connoli, Chris Kahle and Zachary Cage, listed above, will help you choose a Reno-based person to take a small business loan once a year to make their dream come true.
Being a small, local store allows Bar Down to focus on players at every level, age and gender and further enhance the community’s interest in hockey. “What we want is a great idea that will bring something new to our city and improve our lives,” said Co-Founder Kahle. “Bar Down Hockey is the kind of business we really support,” says Kahl.
Reno Reconstruction Loan is a low-interest loan to repay all principal and interest returns to the fund, so many ideas are supported every year. All the money raised stays in Northern Nevada, supports the local economy and helps rebuild our community – one small business at a time!
This year, the Bar Down Hockey Shop plans to expand its operations into Reno’s new ice rink. “Since the sites are already growing community support, it made sense to support the company’s continued growth through the Reno Reconstruction Project,” said co-founder Cage.
The Reno Reconstruction Loan will help complete the store development for families and individuals who already enjoy the new Reno Ice facility with the necessary supplies, sports equipment and resources.
“The Reno Reconstruction Project is such a unique part of the community. It shows the support of entrepreneurs and local business owners in Reno. This project made our new shop a complete picture. Austin Shawn, co-owner of Bar Down Hockey.
Austin Shawn, founder of Bar Down Hockey, opened his first office in Lincoln, Nebraska in 2015. He later opened a second store in Kansas City. Renovation of the Reno Reconstruction Project to Northern Nevada proves to him and his team that continued success with hard work and great vision is possible!
If you want to support the Reno Reconstruction Project, you can easily buy beer or food from the restaurants listed above; Your nickels will be added. Donate directly (and more than nickel!) To the Renaissance Renovation Project to be a significant part of it. Help build our community and make our dreams come true.
Visit http://renorebuild.com/ for more information.