Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 29, 2011
Clopton Capital is provider of working capital that is located in Chicago, IL. They primarily focus on commercial mortgages, SBA loans and niche financing mechanisms such as gas station loans and semi truck financing. The founder of Clopton Capital is Jake Clopton and this press release is part of Clopton Capital's consistent effort to remain involved with the public, namely their future clients. Clopton Capital can be contacted at CloptonCapital.com.
Clopton Capital has launched an article campaign on the Internet this week called “Working Capital Exists!” as a way to promote their commercial lending services and educate business owners about the alternatives to bank financing many have come to rely upon. “The goal of this campaign is clear, we want the business owners and commercial real estate owners to know that there are reliable alternative sources for commercial lender. Just because you can't get a traditional loan from your bank doesn't mean you can't get working capital elsewhere”, said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital. Clopton Capital believes they can provide the funding that many banks refuse to because they maintain relationships with numerous niche financing outlets for numerous types of businesses, such as gas stations and semi truck companies.
Clopton Capital intends to launch similar campaigns for other commercial lending services they offer with a similar message. “We want the truck drivers, gas station owners and the owners of multi-famiy properties to know that we have solutions”, said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital. Their current campaign to promote their abilities is being conducted through hundreds of free article directory websites throughout the Internet. It is the firm's belief that if the engage in this type of marketing consistently they will become the largest commercial lender online.
Clopton Capital can be contacted at their website CloptonCapital.com or at 866.647.1650 during regular business hours central time. Their website contains more specific information about their bridge loan products. Their website dedicated to working capital is WorkingCapital.ws.