December 2020 US Stimulus: A Breakdown By & For Escape Room Owners

  • This is a quick, no frills post for US escape room owners because time is not on anyone’s side.
  • Below you’ll find a link to a breakdown of the December 2020 COVID/ stimulus section: p. 1924-2467.
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  • This analysis was primarily the work of Andrew Preble (Escape My Room, New Orleans, LA) and Ethan Rodriguez-Torrent (Escape New Haven, New Haven, CT), with some help from Anne Lukeman (Champaign-Urbana Adventures in Time and Space, Urbana, IL).
  • Time is key because if you want to apply for the EIDL Advance, you only have about a day.
  • They say this in their post, but I will reiterate it. They aren’t lawyers. I am not a lawyer. This breakdown is simply to try to help make things a bit easier for escape room owners. Read the law, consult your legal and financial advisors.

2 thoughts on “December 2020 US Stimulus: A Breakdown By & For Escape Room Owners

  1. For anyone concerned they may have missed the boat, the EIDL application period has been extended to the end of 2021, as announced a few days after this post was made. As of this date (Jan 2) guidance for all these programs are still pending and are not yet actionable by either SBA or the banks (depending on program). I recommend subscribing to the SBA mailing list for earliest notification.

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