Jorge and Maria Euceda recently received a loan through the Southwest Initiative Foundation’s (SWIF) Micro-Enterprise Loan Program to start “Tortilleria Si Señor,” a local shop that makes fresh, authentic corn flour tortillas, chips, and tostadas from scratch. The Eucedas will sell other Mexican convenience goods and services as well.
Jorge Euceda and his family have lived in the Worthington area for over 13 years, and all will be helping in the business. Tortilleria Si Señor is located in downtown Worthington at 924 Fifth Avenue, and it is expected to open by the second week in August.
Funding from SWIF will be used to purchase equipment and fixtures for the business. Other funding partners in the project were First State Bank Southwest, of Worthington, and the Southwest Regional Development Commission, located in Slayton, Minn. The Eucedas also received business planning assistance from the Southwest Region Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in... Read More