Independent Contractors

Quiana Harlin

Beauty Salons

PPP Loan Number 2442108700

Company Overview

Quiana Harlin

Adress Redacted
Indianapolis, IN 46227-9117

Quiana Harlin is a Beauty Salons Independent Contractors located at Adress Redacted Indianapolis, IN 46227-9117 with 1 employee.

# of employees
Average salary
$99,974.00 /yr
Business type
Independent Contractors

Company Story

Quiana Harlin is a beauty salon located in Indianapolis, IN owned by Quiana Harlin. It offers a wide range of services to help its customer's look and feel their best. Services include haircuts, hair coloring, highlights and lowlights, styling, facial waxing and manicures. Quiana specializes in natural looks that flatter each customer’s individual beauty. She prides herself on using only the highest quality products for her clients that are healthy for both their skin and hair. The salon also carries retail items such as makeup brushes, foundation and setting spray among other things to help customers finish off their look when they leave the salon. With one dedicated stylist on staff along with friendly service, Quiana Harlin ensures you will have an enjoyable experience at her beauty salon in Indianapolis.

Loan Details

During round 1 of the paycheck protection program, Quiana Harlin requested a PPP loan for $20,832.00. They were approved on 3/29/2021 by the SBA for an amount of $20,832.00. The loan was facillitated by Capital Plus Financial, LLC. Of the approved amount, Quiana Harlin 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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