BoeFly recently assisted franchisees; Mike Stygles and Bruce Anderson with the financing needed to help with the opening of a Burger 21 in Albany, NY
Stygles and Anderson; current owners of a Melting Pot franchise, chose Burger 21 as their next restaurant ownership venture. The franchisees found BoeFly, after being recommended to the business loan platform by the Burger 21 franchise management.
BoeFly was able to connect Stygles and Anderson with 18 different lenders ready to fund their new franchise. After speaking with lenders from all over the country, they decided to work with Gary Holmquist of Community Reinvestment Fund, USA (CRF), in which they were granted the Start-Up SBA loan they need to finance the opening of the new Burger 21 location.
“Connecting with Mike Stygles and Bruce Anderson, who are business owners in New York, is one of the many reasons I use BoeFly to source business loans. I have access to meet quality borrowers like Mike and Bruce from across the country who most likely wouldn’t just walk in my door,” said Holmquist.
BoeFly has helped many small business owners simplify the difficult process of securing financing to start or grow their business. BoeFly’s services continue to open up new opportunities for business owners seeking financing outside of their local lenders, in order to increase their chances of obtaining funding as well as the best rates and terms.
Read the full press release here: From Managers to Restaurant Owners – Burger 21 Franchisees in New York Secure Start-Up SBA Loan Through BoeFly