Utah Based Rental Protection Agency Needs 125 More Facebook Votes for 250K Grant

Local Company Turns to Utah Media to Get 125 More Votes to Qualify for Game Changing Grant.

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We're confident Utahn's will rally to support our local company if we can get the media on our side.

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) October 28, 2013

Utah Company, Rental Protection Agency, only needs 125 more votes to qualify for a quarter million dollar grant from Mission Main StreetSM Grants offered by Chase Bank. The company claims that the money will be a game changer for Utah and for the rental industry as a whole.

Launched in 2006, the locally based RPA has helped thousands of tenants solve rent problems ranging from deposit refund disputes to bed bug infestations. The company offers a simple, legally binding online complaint system that takes emotions out of solving any rental problem.

The Rental Protection Agency has grown into what they call the Nation's Rental Authority by providing public records on landlords to help tenants make an educated decision before they rent. Known mostly for their online complaint center that solves rent problems quickly and officially; the company is now working to grow their identity into a household name.

To qualify for the 250K grant, the RPA must receive at least 125 more facebook votes to their Mission Main StreetSM Grants profile located here: (By 11/15/2013) https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/41314 "We're confident Utahn's will rally to support our local company if we can just get the media on our side. Utah, we need your votes!" pleads Scott Paxton, Director of the Rental Protection Agency.

Should the RPA successfully get the votes and receive the grant, they will be using a portion of the money to create new jobs in Utah. These jobs will be designed to help the RPA grow rapidly across all 50 States. Someday, the RPA hopes to be one of Utah's largest employers and believes that the grant will help that reality come more quickly.

For more information about the Rental Protection Agency please visit http://www.RentalProtectionAgency.com.
To like the RPA on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RentalProtectionAgency


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