Louisiana Main Street Recovery Program: A Town Hall With State Treasurer Schroder (LAMSRP20)
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7/8/2020
When: July 8, 2020
1:00 until 2:00 PM
Where: Via Webcast
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Contact: Louisiana Main Street Recovery Program: A Town Hall With State Treasurer Schroder
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In an effort to get Louisiana businesses the economic support they need, Act 311 of the Louisiana 2020 Regular Session set aside $300 million from the CARES Act for a small business grant program. The Main Street Recovery Program is designed to provide financial assistance to local small businesses that have not previously received government aid or insurance payments. It’s estimated that up to 100,000 businesses may be eligible for these funds, so navigating the application process quickly and accurately will be crucial.

In this live town hall, Louisiana State Treasurer John Schroder and Deputy Treasurer Rachel Kincaid explain:

  • the goals of the Main Street Recovery Program
  • which businesses qualify for financial assistance
  • what are eligible/ineligible COVID-19 expenses
  • what documentation is needed to apply for assistance
  • what to expect with the application process

Join us for this free webcast and learn how to assist small businesses down the road to recovery.

Note: This webcast is being offered as a benefit to LCPA members and their staff. It does not qualify for CPE.

IMPORTANT: First, register by using the yellow button above. Login instructions will be included in your confirmation email from LCPA Webcasts at customercare@gotowebinar.com. To complete the registration, you will be asked to follow the GoToWebinar link provided and enter your name and email address.


Meet the Speakers

John Schroder

John Schroder was elected Louisiana State Treasurer in 2017 and was just re-elected to a four-year term. As a businessman and entrepreneur, he believes government should manage its money like you manage your businesses and households. He believes government should be more transparent and accountable, which would help to restore faith in government.

In his two years in office, the Treasury returned more unclaimed property checks than any other year on record, and saved the state millions of dollars by renegotiating contracts and forcing departments to restructure their borrowing habits.

Treasurer Schroder is a U.S. Army Vet and served 10 years in the Louisiana House of Representatives. He is a graduate of East Jefferson High School and Southeastern Louisiana University. Above all, he is a husband of 34 years, father of two and an extremely proud grandfather to two grandchildren.

Rachel Kincaid

Rachel Kincaid serves as the Deputy Treasurer to Louisiana State Treasurer John M. Schroder. Ms. Kincaid has more than 20 years of service to the State of Louisiana, having served as Chief of Staff and Vice President at the University of New Orleans as well as Vice President for External Affairs at the University of Louisiana System. She was selected as one of Gambit Weekly’s 40 under 40, has been recognized by New Orleans City Business as a Women of the Year and honored as a Role Model by the Young Leadership Council. A graduate of the University of Memphis with a degree in communications, she holds an MBA from the University of New Orleans.