From left to right are owners Stacey, Rhonda, and Lacey Hornaday, Mayor Pavey, Clerk-Treasurer Ann Copley and ECDC Director John McCane. The new eatery is located at 514 W 2nd Street.
The City of Rushville recently assisted Twisted Sisters Bar, LLC with a Small Business Loan Program loan to assist them is opening their bar/restaurant. A loan for $25,000 will be used to help finance the cost of restaurant furniture and equipment as well as working capital. Twisted Sisters Bar is located at 514 West Second Street and plans to on creating 2 full time jobs and 3 part-time positions.
Mayor Mike Pavey said: “This business has made an investment into the community and will help create local job opportunities for the residents of Rushville. We are happy to support their efforts”.
The loan program is an Equal Opportunity Program, open it to all qualified businesses located or locating within the corporate limits of the City of Rushville. The goal of the program is to help local businesses obtain capital in an effort to create or retain jobs in the City of Rushville. John McCane explained that there are also funds available for businesses locating outside the city limits as long as the business is located in Rush County. He stated: “One of our missions at ECDC is to promote entrepreneurship and encourage young college-educated professionals to stay in or relocate to Rush County. This particular loan certainly fits that criterion. We encourage others to think about starting a new business or expanding their current business. We have many resources to assist with those endeavors”.