This special edition of Tarpon Springs Business News is devoted to business recovery efforts after Irma. For a compilation of damage assessment and business recovery resources, please click here. For updated information on City facilities and storm aftermath services, click here.
Pinellas County Business Recovery Center
The US Small Business Administration (SBA) on Sept. 18 opened a Recovery Center within Pinellas County Economic Development to help businesses impacted by Irma. The SBA offers low-interest, long-term disaster loans for physical damage and working capital. Click here for more information on disaster loans and the Recovery Center.
Support Local Businesses during “We Survived Irma” Weekend, Sept. 23 & 24
We are back in business! Support our local businesses during “We Survived Irma” Weekend, Sept. 23-24. Businesses are offering specials and discounts, and the City is allowing all businesses to have outdoor displays of merchandise and signage. Some businesses lost power for up to 6 days, and others pitched in to support our residents and each other during the storm and its aftermath. So this weekend, show support by shopping and dining in Tarpon Springs, and participate in Saturday’s Wine Walk.
Thank you to the many businesses who helped others during Irma and its aftermath. There are so many examples showing the spirit of Tarpon Springs. Click here for a few stories from the storm.
Please check out the City’s website for more information and resources. For social media users, please “like” our facebook and Linked In pages; check out our You Tube channel, and follow us on Twitter. Thank you for your interest in the City of Tarpon Springs.
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