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Old 09-16-2008, 09:34 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by big brother smoke View Post

Just out of curiosity. Is there anyway you can work smaller events for a period of time and build up some capital to help with healthy down payments or out right payoffs? Having more than a note or two scares me a little.

However, if you have the demand to cover the loans, I too would be tempted to borrow to get bigger rigs and a smoker
Big Brother Smoke, currently we are working smaller events just for that reason to build up some capital to afford stuff. In fact all of the equiptment I have bought this year has been because of contests that we sold food at and re-invested that money into the business. I guess its the slowly but surely mode that gets you after awhile and you want more faster.
We have a meeting with the SBA rep this thursday. I'll let you all know what we decide
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