CFB used its NMTC allocation to finance the first sit-down restaurant (an IHOP) in Ward 8 (70,000 residents).

The Minority-owned business created 64 jobs, almost all of which went to local Low-Income Persons.
The IHOP jobs also carry medical and dental benefits,insurance and retirement as well as a formal training program to insure that low-income residents maintain their job performance.


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