Curt Kramer

Consumers might not give it a second thought, but the small businesses that populate the Main Streets of your town and employ your friends and family are American institutions. Through grit and determination, the entrepreneurs who wanted to change the game have stuck it out and saw their vision become a reality. Of course there were bumps along the road, but federal statistics from the U.S. Small Business Association show that so-called “small businesses” make up 99.7 percent of U.S. employers.

By definition, a small business is one that has fewer than 500 employees and there were roughly 18,500 firms above that threshold as of 2010. We’re guessing that you employ far fewer than 500 folks – maybe even less than 50. With such a nimble workforce, unexpected bumps in the road can be more easily addressed but assistance may sometimes be required. That’s where Curt Kramer and his lending group come in. This financial professional and private investor who can claim the titles of “president” and “founder” on his resume knows what it takes to find stable fiscal footing.

The Pharmacy Loan Program that Curt Kramer’s group offers to business owners looking to do good in their local communities can be put to many uses. Those in the industry today know that national chains such as CVS, Walgreens or Duane Reade have become ubiquitous with the term “drug store.” The thing is, they are really more of a convenience store chain these days and are about as impersonal as they can get. This is no fault of the workers; it’s a sure thing that shareholders and CEOs want to see year-over-year growth and better bottom lines. “Therein lies your advantage,” says Curt Kramer. “By focusing on the ways you can grow and support your individual business with a maneuverability that the big guys just can’t touch, you can position your business to reach amazing heights.” The way to achieve this, of course, is with some help from the Pharmacy Loan Program.

Taking out a loan from Curt Kramer and his lending group couldn’t be easier. With a merchant cash-advance, you can hire additional staff, make long-delayed business investments, purchase inventory or improve your brick-and-mortar presence down on Main Street in your town. You don’t need to go to a bank for a loan and you don’t need to have perfect credit to obtain a lifeline from Curt Kramer and company. The best way to find out if your local drug store fits the parameters of Mr. Kramer’s Pharmacy Loan Program is to check this website often for additional information about your pharmaceutical industry and his lending resources.