Artesanias Kool

Artesanias Kool
Betty and Hector Ortega
Clothing store, Retail
About the company

Artesanias Kool sells clothing, art, and gifts imported or made by local artists. Hector and Betty make customized piñatas by hand and sell everything families need to celebrate their special days. They have been in business for over 30 years.

Challenge

Artesanias Kool was in danger of closing in 2020. Owners Betty and Hector needed assistance to stay open, save jobs, and maintain an important part of their culture and identity.

Result

Renaissance pointed Betty and Hector to resources to keep their business open. Mimi Hernandez helped their business receive money from the rent relief program. Being awarded help them cover their lease, stay open, and survive the winter of business closures. The funds allowed them to save jobs and their livelihood.

Artesanias-Kool
Our culture and identity is important to us, that’s why we founded Artesanias Kool. Our dream was in danger of closing in 2020. Thanks to the assistance provided by our Renaissance counselor, we were able to qualify for financial assistance to pay for the rental of our facility. In uncertain times it is key to have effective, sincere and expert allies and guides. Thank you for your help
Company:
Owner(s):

Betty and Hector Ortega

Industry:

Retail

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About the company
Artesanias Kool sells clothing, art, and gifts imported or made by local artists. Hector and Betty make customized piñatas by hand and sell everything families need to celebrate their special days. They have been in business for over 30 years.
Challenge
Artesanias Kool was in danger of closing in 2020. Owners Betty and Hector needed assistance to stay open, save jobs, and maintain an important part of their culture and identity.
Result
Renaissance pointed Betty and Hector to resources to keep their business open. Mimi Hernandez helped their business receive money from the rent relief program. Being awarded help them cover their lease, stay open, and survive the winter of business closures. The funds allowed them to save jobs and their livelihood.