Lenny’s Sub Shop Franchisee in Nebraska Secures $240,000 Loan to Open Restaurant

Jessica SarterPress Releases, Successful Fundings

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Lennys Sub Shop LogoBoeFly announced today that Stephanie Klaus, a franchisee of Lenny’s Sub Shop in Omaha, Neb., secured a business start-up loan of $240,000 through a connection made by BoeFly. Lenny’s Sub Shop is a Philadelphia-style sub shop with over 145 locations in 19 states.

“It was my first time seeking a business loan, and Lenny’s was extremely helpful in positioning BoeFly as a resource for me to connect with a bank in my area and get the financing I needed to start up my franchise,” said Klaus. “Now that I have secured the loan, I look forward to opening for business and providing the highest-quality food and service to customers.”

When Klaus submitted her loan request to BoeFly, she received requests from 13 lenders to view her loan package. She ultimately chose to work with Rod Reisen, a vice president of business banking at Centennial Bank in Omaha.

“This was my first time using BoeFly, and I was very pleased to meet a new business customer through the platform,” Reisen said. “I was impressed at how complete the financing request was, and it allowed my bank to move quickly to close the deal.”

Klaus used BoeFly at the recommendation of Lenny’s Sub Shop, which has selected the platform to assist its franchisees in obtaining bank financing.

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