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Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce

Bowling Green, Ohio

419-353-4945

www.bgchamber.net

Bowling Green Community Development Foundation

Bowling Green, Ohio

419-353-3591

bgcdf@bowlinggreen-oh.com

Bowling Green Development Corporation

Bowling Green, Ohio

419-353-3591

www.bowlinggreen-oh.com

Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce

Grand Rapids, Ohio

419-832-1106

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Bowling Green Revolving Loan Fund

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The City of Bowling Green offers low interest loans to businesses located within the city limits. One job for each $15,000 of money borrowed must be created or retained within a three year period. 51% of these jobs must be filled by persons from economically disadvantaged families. CDBG guidelines must be adhered to with these loans.

Community Development Foundation Revolving Loan Fund

The Community Development Foundation offers a revolving loan fund to manufacturers in the municipal electric service area. These loans are below prime interest rate and are not tied to job creation.

Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund

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The Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund (EERLF) is a collaboration of the Bowling Green Board of Public Utilities and the Bowling Green Community Development Foundation (CDF.) This program allocates capital to local projects dedicated to more effectively utilizing electricity. The program's goal is to successfully motivate local business and industry to upgrade or replace equipment and/or fixtures that will reduce their electric consumption. The EERLF program is limited to any business or industry in the Bowling Green community which is served by Bowling Green Municipal Utilities.

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