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By Trevor Peters | August 31, 2020 at 2:43 PM EDT - Updated August 31 at 2:43 PM CINCINNATI (FOX19) - A Cincinnati business owner is helping make a federal change after being told he was unable to get Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds because of his criminal past. Troy Parker owns Innovative Labor and Cleaning Services, a
His Criminal Record Disqualified Him From Receiving PPP. So He Pushed Back, and Got the Rules Changed
When Troy Parker got out of prison in 2015, he wasted no time. He headed straight to the library in his hometown — Cincinnati, Ohio — to start the business he’d spent years of his sentence thinking about. “Prior to going to prison, I was, let's just say, materialistic,” Parker says. “But in prison I saw how many people,
AACC President Eric H. Kearney interviews the CEO of Innovative Labor & Cleaning, Troy Parker. Mr. Parker shares how he got started in business and how he is helping felons restart their lives.
SBA staff-led both an in-person and virtual roundtable focused on the CARES Act and resources for local small businesses on June 15. Congressman Steve Chabot, the House Committee on Small Business ranking member, met with small business owner Troy Parker regarding how CARES Act legislation can be adapted to meet the needs of underserved communities
A Leaked Powerpoint Suggests the SBA Is Denying Disaster Loans to Anyone Arrested in the Last 10 Years
Owner of Innovative Labor and Cleaning Services Troy Parker is interviewed by the Entrepreneur.com. Three hundred miles away in Cincinnati, Ohio, Troy Parker has been scrambling to make sure that his 60 employees are getting enough to eat. After Parker was released from prison in 2015, he founded Innovative Labor