The organization that has been going around shooting videos of local businesses with Metromedia Funding Solutions just released its 25th episode and has 5,000 subscribers. They gave away over $15,000 in services and money to several businesses across Indiana, and beyond.
In total, $15,000 in cash and services and put the largest privately funded fireworks show on in Madison County. Urban Fresh got the bus wrapped by Lucian Agape', who got sponsored for over half of the cost of his website build, Rusty Spoke Café only had to cover gas money for a freezer repair that would have cost the business $4,000.00 fully covered by The Funded Project and Rick is giving away the 2 outdoor spaces for vendors bought and paid for at the summer days fest by TANL this coming weekend. Home Evolution Services got sponsored for a $3,000.00 customer management system free of charge to them, and Fast Response gets fees waived to expand that will bring countless jobs to Madison County. The Funded Project also covers the costs of video production for the forthcoming Soul fest in August. Watch Rick and Doug unbox fireworks as they prep for the show, a city-wide BBQ and a great future for many caused a celebration like none other.
A special shout-out to Frank Nitty and Vain Metals as they were accepted into The Funded Project’s Sponsored business backer program, we cannot wait to see this grow! Frank can fabricate anything out of recycled metal and Rick has a plan to help this business become a multi-million dollar fabrication facility.
The Rusty Spoke Café got sponsored for 70% of the cost for the Metroplex restaurant management system with the live-on-the-fly wireless order processing system built into it, a new state-of-the-art point of sale system that was developed by Metromedia Funding Solutions with a contactless payment system, and the first of its kind to go into Iowa allowing the start-up café to have the upper edge on every business in a 100-mile radius of her business.
Lucian Agape' gets a 3D VR server website with a customer management system that is capable of carrying this new business into a bright future, Rick gave him the credit card processing program totally free of charge.
Announcements are coming for the following shows from Circle City Magazine:
Fall Fest- coming in October.
Holiday Gift Show- Coming December
Circle City Magazine will run a vintage gaming video game competition at the TANL Summer Days Festival this weekend! Stay tuned for details this week and we cannot wait to see everyone there!
Rick said I love working with businesses like these because there is so much potential, and they can really build something here and to give back to the community, regardless of the past, regardless of race, its magical"