It’s not too late for a PPP loan

Home COVID-19 It's not too late for a PPP loan

Dalton-Even while statewide restrictions are relaxing across the country, PPP loans are still available to those small businesses that were impacted by the coronavirus. As such, The World Floor Covering Association released the following message to its members:

“The Small Business Administration (SBA) just announced that there are still funds available for PPP loans. As the law is currently written, PPP loans may be available only until June 30, 2020. All qualified businesses, including independent contractors and sole proprietors consider applying for a PPP loan.

To assist applicants, SBA will conduct session explaining the PPP loans and how to apply for the loans. The session will be held:

PPP Loans & How to Apply (English)

Tuesday, June 9, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

202-765-1264; Conference ID – 901 841 237

PPP Loans & How to Apply (Spanish)

Thursday, June 11, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

202-765-1264; Conference ID – 372 023 003

SBA will also will have virtual office hours to answer questions about the PPP loans. Participants can call in:

Tuesday – Friday, 3 p.m. – 4 p.m.

202-765-1264; Conference ID – 334 550 292

Tuesday and Thursday (Spanish), 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

202-765-1264; Conference ID – 881 947 609

WFCA is working with legal counsel and Lobbyit to provide further update information to members on PPP loans, and other topics and issues relating to the coronavirus. Please feel free to send your concerns or questions directly to and

Disclaimer: Any reference or linkage to any website, person, organization, products or services on WFCA’s website or communications is for information only, and does not constitute or imply that WFCA endorses, recommends or validates such references or linkage.

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