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Hw3 Racing 456-1031549901-02 | Government Grant Application

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  • General Information

    Business Registration Number: 456-1031549901-02

    Location: Sturtevant, WI, United States

    Length of Operation: 1-5

    Number of Employees: 1-10 Employees

    Annual Gross Income: Less than $100k

    Annual Gross Expense: Less than $100k

    Open to Loans: YES

  • Funding Usage

    I would like to expand capabilities to help me compete with much bigger business doing similar things. These funds would go to equipment that would make my business much more viable in the market.

  • Business Plan

    I’d love to continue growing my metalworking and metal coating business to include more CAD capabilities. Hand making automotive parts is great but technology has come a long way and I’ve began to learn to use software to fabricate and make parts. First and foremost I’m a local business that has the ability to have a far reach to bring outside money into the state. I don’t think it’s to ambitious to believe that I could end up bringing international money into the state. Grass roots drag racing is becoming more and more popular and I have connections from all over the country. People want to see me succeed and ask me all the time if I can do certain things that I just can’t do right now. The opportunity is there. I see holes in the market to create parts that are unique. In building my own race car I’ve had to create many one off parts that I couldn’t purchase. There is a market for parts that no one is currently making.

  • Self Identified Competition

    FCS RACE is a competitor that travels the country and has a great following for their custom made race car parts. Speedfactory racing is another that has an amazing following. They currently hold the record for fastest AWD Honda And last but not least WickFab. Is a smaller shop who has been sort of a mentor and cheerleader for me. All of these businesses I have supported and felt support back. Sure it’s competitive, however everyone wants to see people have their own success. The key is to be who I am and not try to emulate others. I am grass roots. I’ve been a fabricator for roughly 20 years. I was a certified welder in a Previous job. I’m a small guy trying to do big things in the world of drag racing. I can be much more personal with customers. I can listen and really respond to their needs. There is nothing I can’t design or can’t build. Most places offer off the shelf parts that need modification to work for their needs (as I’ve run into myself). I want to hear what people need for specific track car and help them attain their build goals. I’m small enough to make it happen. And the equipment I could purchase with a grant would help me speed up the process to make customers excited and happy

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