JCEDC Assists PCMR Computers with Microloan Program

In News by JCEDC Staff

Pictured above: From L to R: Patrick Cymer & Max Ridenhour, PCMR; Drew Lewis, JCEDC President; Tyler Henselman, JCEDC Microloan Committee Chair

For more information, contact:
Aimee Courtaway, JCEDC
Phone: (660) 747-0244
Email: courtaway@growjocomo.com

JCEDC Assists PCMR Computers with Microloan Program          

(Warrensburg, MO)   PCMR, LLC, a computer services start-up in Johnson County, Missouri was established in 2018 by two entrepreneurs with one mission: to bring a reliable, high quality Computer Repair Service to the Warrensburg area. In addition to repair, PCMR also handles small business IT and regular computer services.

PCMR got its name from Managing Partners Patrick Cymer & Max Ridenhour. Together, their passion for excellence is what inspired them to open up shop. Johnson County Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) is proud to be able to assist Cymer & Ridenhour through the use of the JCEDC Micro Loan Program. Through this program JCEDC has been able to assist many local small businesses, such as PCMR, to grow and thrive.

“PCMR would like to extend a huge thank you to JCEDC and the Microloan Committee for this opportunity as PCMR continues to grow and expand,” co-owner Max Ridenhour stated.

You can reach PCMR by contacting them at (660) 864-0039 or by visiting their Facebook or website at www.pcmrcomputers.com.

The JCEDC Microloan program offers loans up to $10,000 and allows small business owners to finance start up or established businesses, including both home-based and store-front.  As borrowers repay their loans, these “revolving funds” are used to make more loans to other businesses to create more jobs and investment opportunities. To date, JCEDC has loaned over $115,000 to Johnson County business owners. More information about the JCEDC Microloan program can be found at: www.growjocomo.com or by calling 660-747-0244.