We've seen common themes so far this year with numerous restaurateurs purchasing new equipment, front-loading inventory, adding locations, or remodeling. With a simple one-page application and no collateral needed, you could jump on this trend with a cash advance of up to $250,000 to invest in your restaurant business. Check out this list of Quikstone Capital Solutions' customers that have made major investments in their growing businesses so far this year...
Location Expansion and Remodel
- $11,000 to a Nevada pizzeria for expansion. This is their 41st advance from Quikstone!
- $15,000 to a South Florida small business for a remodel.
- $40,000 to a bar/restaurant in Illinois for new flooring.
New Equipment and Inventory Purchases
- $110,000 additional advance to a Houston pub to upgrade equipment.
- $60,000 to a large Mexican restaurant in Tennessee for new kitchen equipment.
- $45,000 to a New Jersey noodle restaurant for debt consolidation.
- $10,000 to a Buffalo convenience store for inventory.
As a restaurant owner, you know that your point-of-sale technology can make or break your business.Thrive Pizza Point-of-Sale offers a robust system built to help pizza and delivery restaurants grow. With online ordering, mobile app, unlimited terminals, loyalty, managed menu service, third-party integrations, and more — Thrive Pizza Point-of-Sale gives you everything you need for success.
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Need funding assistance to upgrade your POS?
If you need funding for most any business need, Thrive Pizza POS and Quikstone Capital can help. It's easy, fast, and flexible. If you accept credit cards it's easy to apply with a simple, one-page application. Get a no-cost, no-obligation pre-qualification today!
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