Webinar: How the American Rescue Plan Will Impact the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant

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The Anthem in DC (Photo by Mickey McCarter)

Join a free 30-minute webinar with law firm Bailey Glasser on how the stimulus bill passed by Congress may help shuttered concert venues. The webinar occurs on Friday, March 12, at 1pm ET via BlueJeans!

With Congress’ passage of the American Rescue Plan complete today, the US Small Business Administration (SBA) will almost certainly be issuing updated guidance this week on the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG), a grant program directed to live venue operators or promoters, theatrical producers, live performing arts organization operators, museum operators, motion picture theatre operators, and talent representatives that have been brought to a halt during COVID-19. Although the SBA has yet to release the application, learn what steps you can take now to be prepared.

On March 12, in this free up-to-the-minute 30-minute webinar, Bailey Glasser partners Marc Weintraub and Michael Murphy will dive deep in to the SVOG program and give you an easy-to-understand primer on the following topics:

  • Who is eligible for the SVOG?
  • How to apply?
  • When can you apply?
  • Can an entity apply for a PPP loan now and decide later how to classify themselves?
  • How do they define the types of entities? How is “revenue” being defined?

Register now for this free webinar!

Webinar: How the American Rescue Plan Will Impact the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant
Bailey Glasser
BlueJeans
Friday, March 12
Webinar @ 1pm ET
Free
All ages

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