October 23, 2013

Regional SBA chief holds event in Waterville

Seth Goodall, a former state lawmaker, is using today’s event to tout the SBA’s new no-guarantee-fee initiative for loans under $150,000.

The Associated Press

WATERVILLE — The regional Small Business Administration chief is returning to his home state for an event.

SBA Regional Administrator Seth Goodall is visiting a Little Caesars Pizza in Waterville that’s owned by a disabled veteran who purchased the business with SBA loans.

Goodall, a former state lawmaker in Maine, is using the event on Wednesday to tout the SBA’s new no-guarantee-fee initiative for loans under $150,000. The SBA also plans to release its year-end loan figures.

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