March 27, 2013
Other than the bizarre reference that the SBA helps with the collection of funds when a business fails, this Omaha World-Herald article is a feel-good piece about two twin sisters starting a cupcake shop.
The paper is running an in-depth profile of all week about the women as they progress from an idea to opening their own small business.
You get a chuckle as they recount using a 12-year-son to surreptitiously call other shops for market research.
Working with the Nebraska Small Business Development Center, the pair injected $10,000 each and received a $126,000 SBA loan through Security National Bank.
Their homework paid off says lender Mark Olson, “They hit a lot of the boxes we look for.”