BUSINESS — Hadlock Building Supply seeks grant, needs public support

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PORT HADLOCK — Hadlock Building Supply has applied for a $250,000 grant from Chase Bank as part of a newly launched program: Mission Main Street Grants.

The business must submit a questionnaire outlining a business plan that will result in growth of the business and receive at least 250 votes to be eligible for a grant.

Customers, fans and community members can show support for Hadlock Building Supply by voting at (to vote, you will be asked to log into your Facebook account).

The voting deadline is Nov. 15, and grant recipients will be selected by expert panelists.

“The Main Street Mission Grant will enable Hadlock Building Supply to expand its operation by expanding the garden center and lumber business,” Hadlock Building Supply President/CEO Bill Kraut said.

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“It would be an great opportunity to ensure growth and long-term success serving the Olympic Peninsula and beyond!”

Through Mission Main Street Grants, Chase will award $3 million to small business across America. All businesses that apply for a grant and meet the eligibility requirements will receive a special advertising offer from Google.

In addition, the 12 grant recipients will be eligible to receive a trip to Google for an exclusive small business marketing workshop with Google experts and a Google Chromebook Pixel laptop.

The 12 grant recipients will be announced in January.

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Last modified: November 06. 2013 12:10AM
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