Quarters Bar and Arcade Receives Advance Longmont Startup Grant

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Quarters Bar and Arcade, located at 475 Main St, Longmont, was awarded a $3,000 Advance Longmont grant by the Longmont Economic Development Partnership (LEDP).

According to an LEDP press release, “The Advance Longmont Startup Grant is designed to support Longmont’s startup businesses in their launch efforts. Informed by the goals of both the Advance Longmont economic development strategy and Envision Longmont master plan, the Advance Longmont Startup Grant program provides funding to local startups that have been in business less than two years to assist with the cost of permitting and licensing, regulatory compliance, equipment purchases and other startup associated costs. This program reimburses eligible expenses, up to the preapproved grant amount, for projects that apply and meet all the criteria of the grant program. Funded by the City of Longmont, the Advance Longmont Startup Grant awards up to $3,000 to startups that have launched or will launch in Longmont.”

“Receiving this grant was such a blessing to us! As you can imagine, the cost to start up our business was more expensive than we had projected. This grant money gave us some breathing room with paying down those expenses. We are so thankful to the Longmont EDP for this grant money,” state Luke and Emily Kunselman, owners of Quarters Bar and Arcade.


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