Sole Proprietorship

Tiffany Reed

Nail Salons

PPP Loan Number 2290388801

Company Overview

Tiffany Reed

Adress Redacted
Stone Mountain, GA 30087-4424

Tiffany Reed is a Nail Salons Sole Proprietorship located at Adress Redacted Stone Mountain, GA 30087-4424 with 1 employee.

# of employees
Average salary
$99,864.00 /yr
Business type
Sole Proprietorship

Company Story

Tiffany Reed is a nail salon located in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Founded by Tiffany Reed, this one-woman business offers high quality and luxurious manicure and pedicure services to customers in the area. With years of experience in the beauty industry, Tiffany uses top-of-the-line products and technology to provide her clients with the best possible service. She is committed to using natural ingredients that are non toxic, vegan friendly and cruelty free so that customers can enjoy their treatments guilt free. From classic manicures to creative designs on both hands and feet, each visit promises an unforgettable experience leaving guests treated like royalty. On top of excellent service offerings at competitive prices, care for customer satisfaction runs deep with flexible scheduling options available as well as group pricing discounts for parties of three or more people.

Loan Details

During round 1 of the paycheck protection program, Tiffany Reed requested a PPP loan for $20,807.00. They were approved on 4/11/2021 by the SBA for an amount of $20,807.00. The loan was facillitated by Capital Plus Financial, LLC. Of the approved amount, Tiffany Reed has received 100% of the approved amount.


Originating Lender
Capital Plus Financial, LLC

Servicing Lender
Capital Plus Financial, LLC

SBA Code

Black or African American
Not Hispanic or Latino
Female Owned

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