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Thousands Of Missouri, Kansas Businesses Received $1 Million Or More In Federal Coronavirus Loans

A view of the West Bottoms and downtown Kansas City, Kansas, from Ermine Case Jr. Park in April 2020.
Julie Denesha
KCUR 89.3
A view of the West Bottoms and downtown Kansas City, Kansas, from Ermine Case Jr. Park in April 2020.

More than 140,000 companies in Missouri and Kansas received loans under the federal Paycheck Protection Loan program, ranging from restaurants and franchisees to car dealerships to nursing care facilities.

While most businesses received $150,000 in loans or less to alleviate the coronavirus’ economic fallout, about 2,300 companies got $1 million or more. Data released this week by the Small Business Administration shows restaurants, physician’s offices and car dealers got the highest number of large loans in Kansas, while in Missouri, religious organizations and nursing care facilities topped the list.

In total, the program supported 1.5 million jobs in Kansas and Missouri, and the low-interest loans can be forgiven fully if a company meets requirements — including using at least 60% of the money for payroll costs.

Below are the companies awarded between $5 million and $10 million; the new data doesn’t include businesses that have since returned the funding.

Kansas businesses in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th Congressional Districts that received $5-10 million:

  • Kansas Medical Center LLC, Andover
  • Heritage Tractor, Inc., Baldwin City
  • Icm Holdings, Inc., Colwich
  • Vvf Intervest, LLC, Kansas City
  • Erik Holdings, Inc., Kansas City
  • Payless Shoesource, LLC - Lawrence
  • Inland Truck Parts Company, Leawood
  • Gill Studios, Inc., Lenexa
  • Xcellence, Inc., Mission
  • Labor Source, Olathe
  • Bickford Senior Living Group, LLC, Olathe
  • KVC Behavioral Healthcare, Inc., Olathe
  • EDP Enterprises, Inc., Overland Park
  • GMRG ACQ 1, LCC., Overland Park
  • Wireless Lifestyle, Overland Park
  • Anesthesia Associates Of Kansas City PC, Overland Park
  • Labette County Medical Center, Parsons
  • Americraft Carton, Inc., Prairie Village
  • Wenger Manufacturing, Inc., Sabetha
  • American Pizza Partners, L.P., Wichita
  • Legend Senior Living, LLC, Wichita
  • Sasnak Management Corporation, Wichita
  • Infosync Services LLC, Wichita
  • LSI Corporation Temporary Services & Placement Agency, Wichita
  • Integra Holdings, Inc., Wichita
  • Midwest Drywall Co., Inc., Wichita
  • Professional Engineering Consultant, P.A., Wichita

Missouri businesses in the 4th and 5th Congressional District that received $5-10 million (6th district had none):

  • Accent Controls, Inc., Kansas City
  • Fairbank Scales, Inc., Kansas City
  • Jack Cooper Investments, Inc., Kansas City
  • John Knox Village, Lee’s Summit
  • Kellan Restaurant Management Corp, Kansas City
  • Proenergy Acquisition Company, Sedalia
  • Rpcs Inc, Rogersville
  • Sioux Chief Manufacturing Co., Inc., Kansas City
  • The Durham Co., Lebanon
  • Srz Op Abc LLC, Harrisonville
  • Rockhurst University, Kansas City
  • Wagner Industries, Inc., North Kansas City
  • Gregory A Deline, Columbia
  • Cass Regional Medical Center, Harrisonville
  • John Fitzgibbon Memorial Hospital, Inc., Marshall
  • Flat Branch Mortgage, Inc., Columbia
  • MRIGlobal, Inc., Kansas City
  • Populous, Inc., Kansas City
  • Barkley Inc., Kansas City
  • Data Systems International, Inc., Kansas City
  • Apple Bus Company, Inc., Cleveland
  • Central Power Systems & Services, LLC, Liberty
  • Kissick Construction Co., Inc., Kansas City
  • Orizon Aerostructures, LLC, Kansas City
  • Spencer Fane LLP, Kansas City
  • Superior Bowen Asphalt Co., LLC, Kansas City
  • Vance Brothers, Inc., Kansas City

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