Last modified: September 28, 2013
By: Sean Murray
The Merchant Processing Resource’s office was empty on Monday and early Tuesday morning due to Hurricane Sandy. Instead, we were out dealing with the reality of having no power or water for at least a week. We did survey some damage in east midtown Manhattan, an area where floods exceeded over 5 feet last night on 36th street, completely submerging cars. Floods subsided by morning.
One quote that got us through the night’s harrowing ordeal was a facebook update from Seth Broman, Merchant Cash and Capital’s VP of Business Development:
Dear friends and family, if this is the last communication I have for days with battery % approaching single digits, please make sure that all my rosters are properly updated for the bye weeks, proper waiver moves are processed, I vote against every trade except my own and I’d rather play without a kicker than drop Chicago’s D. Thanks, Seth
We hope everyone is safe. Did the storm affect you?
Sean Murray is the founder of Merchant Processing Resource, the co-founder of the Merchant Cash Advance forum, DailyFunder.com, the developer of the first Merchant Cash Advance industry iPhone and Android apps, and a moderator of the Small Business community on Google+. Learn more about his Merchant Cash Advance background on LinkedIn or follow him on Google+.
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