Company President Adam Brown released a statement regarding the impact the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) had on custom sign company, Sign Effectz, Inc.
Back in March, things were heating up for small businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic was in full swing and the economic lockdown was relatively new. Understandably, many business owners were staring down prolonged uncertainty.
RAMPING UP QUICKLY
- Sign design and fabrication
- ADA signage
- Architectural and building components, like sun control devices and canopies
- L.E.D. lighting
- Sculpture and kinetic art
- Sign maintenance and repair
2020 is going to go down in history. People will wonder what it was like to live through the pandemic. It may even be akin to the economic devastation of the Great Depression.
However, this country’s overall economy is going to be much stronger after the pandemic has subsided. The PPP funding should be noted as a big contributor to that.
This management team salutes all employees for working through the pandemic. Employees are the biggest asset any company has. The PPP worked very well for Sign Effectz and it certainly served other companies just as well.
Obviously, the Covid-19 pandemic is far from over. Anxiety and uncertainty still present challenges. However, this company has established how to manage the business better in these challenging situations. It’s allowed for “forced improvements” that were unforeseen.
Great companies do not stay pinned down forever. Determination supersedes fear. This company’s determination to move forward takes on a whole new momentum. The virus is a bully that needs to be defeated. And the PPP gives us business owners a tool to stand up to that bully. It helped Sign Effectz, Inc. get ready for the next round in a battle the company is determined to win.
SOURCE Sign Effectz, Inc.