Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 24, 2012
Clopton Capital is now attempting to increase publicity of their commercial bridge loans by referring to them as “crisis financing” in certain contexts. This idea was inspired by a Small Business Administration press release that asked the reader if they had what it took to lead their company through a crisis. “Although not every business or commercial real estate owner that utilizes a commercial bridge loan is in a crisis situation it is often around the corner and this exactly what this type of working capital mechanism is meant to be utilized for”, said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.
The firm intends to widely publicize the phrase “crisis financing” in an upcoming video release that outlines several scenarios where Clopton Capital was able to preserve the stability of an organization through commercial bridge loans. So far they still have to pick several examples and receive permission from the parties involved to use their name. “We have numerous dramatic examples where a bridge loan helped save the entity involved and did a lot of good for the community which it resides in. The real matter now is simply coming up with the most convincing examples of where the firm has had it's products utilized to produce the most good”, said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital. The video and the publicity campaign is expected to launch within the next several weeks. It will be promoted via YouTube and CloptonCapital.com.
Any businesses or commercial real estate owners who are seeking business loans are urged to contact Clopton Capital at 866.647.1650 or via their website CloptonCapital.com.
For more information about Clopton Capital’s business loan services visit their website dedicated to them at CloptonCapital.com. To join their financial link exchange visit CloptonCapital.com/link.