LEHI, Utah (ABC4 News) – Many of Utah’s small business owners were ready to go as soon as the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP for short, was launched. Joel Bernasek was one of them.
“I applied for it immediately. I had my paperwork in the very first day, as early in the morning as I possibly could,” he told ABC4 News.
Bernasek and his wife own Assured Direct Mail in Lehi, which is a direct mail printing company for businesses in Utah and nationwide.
The Bernaseks are one of the thousands of small businesses around the country left empty-handed when the first $350-billion payroll protection program ran dry.
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