July 8, 2020
Governor Ivey is supporting small businesses in the state with the Revive Alabama grant program. COVID relief funds will be distributed to eligible small businesses in the state that will help them with expenses like payroll, rent, mortgage interest, and utilities.
The program is not compatible with the PPP loan - expenses can't be 'double-dipped'.
The application period starts at noon on July 16, 2020. The funds will be disbursed on a first-come, first-serve basis at a maximum of $15,000 per company.
Go to Revive Alabama's website to learn more: https://revenue.alabama.gov/revive-alabama
Today, I’m launching the Revive Alabama grant program to support small businesses in our state that have been impacted by #COVID19. Revive Alabama will reimburse small businesses up to a combined $100M for pandemic-related expenses. https://t.co/eLPxsrqGco #alpolitics #TogetherAL pic.twitter.com/bhwuSQc7H7— Governor Kay Ivey (@GovernorKayIvey) July 8, 2020
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