Independent Contractors

Lacy Mccloud

Beauty Salons

PPP Loan Number 1902729005

Company Overview

Lacy Mccloud

100 Nw 23rd Ave Apt 2707
Ocala, FL 34475-6296

Lacy Mccloud is a Beauty Salons Independent Contractors located at 100 Nw 23rd Ave Apt 2707 Ocala, FL 34475-6296 with 1 employee.

# of employees
Average salary
$81,552.00 /yr
Business type
Independent Contractors

Company Story

Lacy Mccloud is a premier beauty salon located in Ocala, Florida. Founded by experienced beauty professional Lacy McCloud, the company offers a wide variety of services for both men and women. From classic cuts and color to specialty treatments like Brazilian blowouts and waxing, Lacy Mccloud is committed to providing exceptional customer service and quality workmanship on every visit. With only one employee at this time, clients can expect the personal touch that comes from years of experience in the industry. Whether you are looking for something traditional or more modern, Lacy Mccloud has something for everyone! The staff is friendly and knowledgeable about the latest trends in styling so you can feel confident your look will be up-to-date when you walk out of their doors.

Loan Details

During round 1 of the paycheck protection program, Lacy Mccloud requested a PPP loan for $16,992.00. They were approved on 5/14/2021 by the SBA for an amount of $16,992.00. The loan was facillitated by Prestamos Cdfi, LLC. Of the approved amount, Lacy Mccloud has received 100% of the approved amount.


Originating Lender
Prestamos Cdfi, LLC

Servicing Lender
Prestamos Cdfi, LLC

SBA Code

Black or African American
Not Hispanic or Latino
Female Owned

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