VIP Concert Co. says SBA favored rivals for COVID relief

By Joyce Hanson (February 22, 2022, 7:41 PM EST) – A live performing arts organization operator has accused the U.S. Small Business Administration in DC federal court of doubly wronging it during the COVID pandemic -19, first by denying that he closed the place relief and then by granting the same relief to his direct competitors.

Superfan Live Inc., a company that claims to be responsible for the VIP component of concerts and other live events, said the SBA and the agency’s administrator, Isabella Casillas Guzman, violated two federal laws by unfairly denying a emergency financial assistance to the company, even if it met all the conditions. the conditions for receiving a grant.

The SBA has denied Superfan’s request for…

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