About 64% of eligible applicants for the fund went without a dime after it was closed last month.
DENVER — More than 278,000 businesses applied for federal relief through the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RFF) but according to the Small Business Administration just 36% of those applicants were given anything.
Last month the U.S Small Business Administration announced the closured of the relief fund. It left about 64% of its eligible applicants without a dime.
Lisa Ruskaup the owner of Carbon Cafe and Habit Doughnuts was one of the applicants. She said when she applied the portal revealed she was eligible for roughly $375,000.
“I got zero.” Ruskaup said. “We received an email saying…