Friday, April 26, 2013

Chamber of Commerce Lending Pool at 170-Thousand
The response to programs designed to revitalize State Street and downtown continues to increase. People Incorporated Vice President Bryan Phipps reported that six loans have been awarded, 12 downtown jobs have been created, nine jobs were retained and two other business projects are under consideration for loan approval for more development. Downtown Bristol benefited from 25-thouisand dollars contribution from Eastman Credit Union alone. The credit union joined several financial institutions to help contribute to the revolving loan fund for the Bristol Tennessee/Virginia Chamber of Commerce Business Resource Center. The lending pool now stands at $170,000. (bg)

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