May 6, 2020
Investment and management firm Jamestown has launched a $50-million relief effort to help its small business communities, both in its native Atlanta and across the U.S. The program will provide funding to assist small business owners develop strategies and plans as states begin to reopen.
“Our priority during the last six weeks has been to provide ongoing support and guidance, so small business owners could retool their operations and adapt to an ever-changing environment,” said Jamestown president Michael Phillips. He said the relief program “will prove to be a critical resource to our property managers and tenants.”
He added, “The businesses that call our properties home are the backbones of our neighborhoods, and we want to make sure our local shops, restaurants, and event spaces have what they need to create a new normal that is right for them, and their guests.”
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