Self-Employed Individuals

Passion Mccall

Cosmetics, Beauty Supplies, and Perfume Stores

PPP Loan Number 6418648609

Company Overview

Passion Mccall

Adress Redacted
Winter Park, FL 32789-7310

Passion Mccall is a Cosmetics, Beauty Supplies, and Perfume Stores Self-Employed Individuals located at Adress Redacted Winter Park, FL 32789-7310 with 1 employee.

# of employees
Average salary
$42,605.00 /yr
Business type
Self-Employed Individuals

Company Story

Passion Mccall is a beauty and cosmetics store located in Winter Park, FL. Passion Mccall offers a wide variety of products that range from makeup to skin care to fragrances. The experienced staff at Passion McCall is dedicated to helping customers find the perfect products that enhance their beauty and make them feel good about themselves. Their high-quality selection includes all the popular brands, as well as luxury brands that are hard to find elsewhere. With one employee, Passion McCall offers personalized attention and knowledgeable advice on what items would be best for each individual’s unique needs. They also provide helpful online resources like product reviews, tutorials, and makeup tips so customers can stay up-to-date with new trends in the beauty industry. For those who are looking for an upgraded shopping experience with exceptional service, Passion McCall is an ideal choice!

Loan Details

During round 1 of the paycheck protection program, Passion Mccall requested a PPP loan for $8,876.00. They were approved on 3/23/2021 by the SBA for an amount of $8,876.00. The loan was facillitated by Harvest Small Business Finance, LLC. Of the approved amount, Passion Mccall has received 100% of the approved amount.


Originating Lender
Harvest Small Business Finance, LLC

Servicing Lender
Harvest Small Business Finance, LLC

SBA Code


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