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EDA SUPERSTORM SANDY BUSINESS RECOVERY PROGRAMS
09/18/2013 - For Immediate Release

Stronger NJ Business Assistance Programs: EDA Sandy Recovery Programs for Businesses and Municipalities

The Stronger NJ business assistance programs from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) support the economic revitalization of New Jersey in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. The programs are made possible by funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Program.

Stronger NJ Business Grants:  Storm-impacted small businesses can apply for EDA administered grants of up to $50,000 through the Stronger NJ Business Grant Program. For more information, visit njeda.com/strongernjbusinessgrant.

Stronger NJ Business Loans:  The Stronger NJ Business Loan Program provides low-cost loans of up to $5 million to businesses and non-profits that were impacted by the storm, as well as businesses looking to expand within storm-impacted communities.  For more information, visit
application.njeda.com/strongernjbusinessloan.

Stronger NJ Neighborhood and Community Revitalization (NCR) Program:  The NCR Program will support the long-term recovery of small businesses and communities by funding long-term economic revitalization priorities. For more information, visit njeda.com/ncr.

Stronger NJ Business Videos:  Many Superstorm Sandy-impacted businesses have already used the Stronger NJ Business Programs to recover from storm damage and reopen for business. For more information, visit njeda.com/strongernjbusinessvideos.


Contact:

New Jersey  Economic Development Authority, Stronger NJ Business Programs
855-SANDY-BZ

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