Over 1,700 people have fled the southeastern region of the Island of Hawaii—the largest of Hawaii’s chain of islands—following the Kilauea volcano eruption. Federal agencies have prepared for the worse, with predictions of widespread public and residential property damage, poisonous gas emissions, earthquakes, severe power outages, wildfires and water supply disruptions having become a reality.
Kilauea Volcano Eruption Puts Business Owners at Risk
Business owners with brick-and-mortar companies located near the Kilauea eruption have been calling National Business Capital to acquire immediate funding to cover property and equipment damage, as well as bridge gaps in cash flow due to being put out of commision for the foreseeable future.
To get started right away, fill out NBC’s 1-minute application here, or call (877) 482-3008 to ask a Business Financing Advisor how they can help you secure funding in as little as 24 hours.
Receive Emergency Funding in as Little as 24 Hours with These 3 Options
- Small Business Loans: For those seeking immediate access to funding options with easy, straightforward, and immediate processing, a variety of small business loans are available, each designed to help your business recover in virtually any way. Bridge gaps in cash flow, to replacing equipment, and repairing your building.
- Equipment Financing: With equipment financing, business with equipment that have fallen victim to Kilauea’s destruction can replace any machinery in as little as 24 hours.
- Revolving Business Line of Credit: Use a revolving business LOC to get immediate access to cash on-hand, exactly when you need it. Don’t wait to repair and replace your assets—make any renovations necessary in as little as a single day with a business credit line.
UPDATE: Kilauea Stops Erupting, Puts Neighborhoods at a Standstill for the Foreseeable Future
Fortunately, no fatal injuries or deaths have been reported as of now due to Kilauea’s eruption.
However, Kilauea’s rampage through Hawaii’s biggest island has left many residential and commercial areas completely evacuated out of fear of volcanic gas emitting from below the earth’s surface, and there has been little mention so far as to how long it will take for government agencies to step in and start repairing damaged properties.
With videos captured by eyewitnesses being released every few hours showing violent lava bursts spurting through cracks on residential streets and busy highways, and entire towns shrouded in hardening lava and debris, it’s safe to say that all business in surrounding towns and villages will be at a stand-still for the near future.
Contact NBC to Take Immediate Action
Call (877) 482-3008 to ask a Business Financing Advisor how they can secure you with emergency funds within 24 hours to protect the future of your business as soon as possible. Or to get started right away, fill out this 1-minute application here.