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Meet Troy Pommier – Kadex Masonry

Elizabeth Wisniewski
4 Minutes to read
“We didn’t really have to do much. Provide a few documents here and there and boom it was done.”
Troy Pommier
Owner of Kadex Masonry

Kadex Masonry, located in Tomball, Texas, provides turnkey product masonry across fast food restaurants, automotive dealerships, and multi-story buildings throughout Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.   

Kadex Masonry needed a financial boost, so Troy Pommier began thorough research on financing options and came across the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) program. ERC was new to Troy and while he was working overtime, he didn’t have the time to determine their eligibility for ERC funds on his own. 

After considering multiple processors, he chose to work with our team at NEWITY because we were responsive, knowledgeable, and didn’t ask for an upfront fee to determine program eligibility.

We shared more information with Troy about ERC, which opened his eyes to the benefits of the ERC program. Troy recognized an ERC refund would have meaningful impact on Kadex Masonry. Troy provided us with the documents we needed to determine his eligibility and our ERC team quickly dove into Kadex Masonry’s details and discovered they qualified for the ERC program. Troy was grateful he could concentrate on his business’ daily operations while we ensured his ERC filing complied with IRS regulations. 

Troy found our process fast and simple. He shared that he’ll turn to our team at NEWITY for future opportunities such as refinancing debt and applying for an SBA 7(a) loan. Filing for and receiving an ERC refund was a huge stepping stone for Kadex Masonry to recover financially from the pandemic.

We’re happy to have helped guide Troy through the ERC filing process and provide support so Troy can continue to grow his business.

See if you're eligible for an ERC refund

To qualify for an SBA 7(a) small business loan, your business must be:

  1. U.S.-based and operated
  2. Owner supported / owner funded
  3. Eligible per the SBA’s requirements

Your loan amount will determined by the business’ average annual revenue, FICO score, and years in business