The owner of Mountain Mudd Espresso said a federal coronavirus relief loan helped save her Montana-based company — and keep her staff of 50 employed.
During the Republican National Convention on Monday night, Tanya Weinreis said when the coronavirus pandemic broke out in the U.S., she was faced with the prospect that she might have to close her coffee business, which she owns with her husband.
However, the receipt of a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan helped Weinreis keep her business afloat, she said.
“My company was one of the first to receive a PPP loan and Praise God it has been a lifesaver,” Weinreis said. “Not only were we able keep every single employee, but we’ve been hiring weekly since.”
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