After SBA Loan Always Bagels Adds Over 100 Jobs Surpassing Expectations
Following Yesterday's State of the Union, Mill will Highlight President's Efforts to Grow American Manufacturers, Like Always Bagels
Lebanon, PA – U.S. Small Business Administrator Karen Mills - the newest member of the President's cabinet - will tour Always Bagels, a local small business that's rapidly expanding, on Wednesday, January 25 at 1 p.m. Mills will highlight how local small businesses, like Always Bagels, can benefit from SBA and Administration programs so they can grow and create jobs throughout Central Pennsylvania.
Two years ago, Lebanon small business Always Bagels received an SBA Recovery Act loan to buy their plant – a state of the art 71,000 square foot manufacturing facility. They hoped to employ nearly 80 people within three years, but due to their successful operation they now employ over 100 and with two 6-day shifts are currently producing 400,000 bagels a day!
Karen Mills, SBA Administrator
Tony Pariti, President, Always Bagels
|WHAT:||Press Tour of Local Small Business and Media Availability|
3010 Hanford Drive
Lebanon, PA 17046
|WHEN:||Wednesday, January 25 at 1 p.m.|
|OF NOTE:||For a one-on-one interview with Mills contact Jennifer Pilcher (Jennifer.email@example.com).|
This media advisory does not constitute or imply an endorsement by SBA of any opinions, products or services of any private individual or entity. SBA is an independent federal agency, created in 1953, to assist small businesses start, grow, and prosper. SBA provides financial assistance by: (1) making loans to help families and businesses recover from national disasters and (2) providing loan guarantees to commercial financial institutions for working capital (7a loans), buildings/land/equipment (504 loans through the Certified Development Corporations), and for exports. Through our resource partners, SBA also offers a variety of business development programs and services such as training, government contracting and export assistance. SBA resource partners include Small Business Development Centers, Women's Business Centers, and SCORE (Counselors to America's Small Businesses). For information on SBA programs and services contact us at 610-382-3062 or visit us on the internet at www.sba.gov/pa/phil.