CLICK HERE to return to the home pageDoc #SBA Loan #Application #LOAN AUTHORIZATION AND AGREEMENT (LA&A)A PROPERLY SIGNED DOCUMENT ISREQUIRED PRIOR TO ANYDISBURSEMENTCAREFULLY READ THE LA&A:This document describes the terms and conditions of your loan. It is your responsibility to comply withALL the terms and conditions of your loan.SIGNING THE LA&A:All borrowers must sign the LA&A.· Sign your name exactly as it appears on the LA&A. If typed incorrectly, you should signwith the correct spelling.· If your middle initial appears on the signature line, sign with your middle initial.· If a suffix appears on the signature line, such as Sr. or Jr., sign with your suffix.· Corporate Signatories: Authorized representatives should sign the signature page.In ProcessYour signature represents your agreement to complyi h he ea d c di if he l a .Ref 50 30

Doc #SBA Loan #Application #U.S. Small Business AdministrationEconomic Injury Disaster LoanLOAN AUTHORIZATION AND AGREEMENTDate: 06.16.2020 (Effective Date)On the above date, this Administration (SBA) authorized (under Section 7(b) of the Small Business Act, as amended) a Loan(SBA Loan #) toin the amount of one hundred thousand and 00/100 Dollars ( 100,000.00), upon the followingconditions:PAYMENT·Installment payments, including principal and interest, of 488.00 Monthly, will begin Twelve (12) monthsfrom the date of the promissory Note. The balance of principal and interest will be payable Thirty (30) yearsfrom the date of the promissory Note.INTEREST·Interest will accrue at the rate of 3.75% per annum and will accrue only on funds actually advanced from thedate(s) of each advance.PAYMENT TERMSIn Process·Each payment will be applied first to interest accrued to the date of receipt of each payment, and the balance, ifany, will be applied to principal.·Each payment will be made when due even if at that time the full amount of the Loan has not yet been advancedor the authorized amount of the Loan has been reduced.COLLATERAL·For loan amounts of greater than 25,000, Borrower hereby grants to SBA, the secured party hereunder, acontinuing security interest in and to any and all Collateral as described herein to secure payment andperformance of all debts, liabilities and obligations of Borrower to SBA hereunder without limitation, includingbut not limited to all interest, other fees and expenses (all hereinafter called Obligations ). The Collateralincludes the following property that Borrower now owns or shall acquire or create immediately upon theacquisition or creation thereof: all tangible and intangible personal property, including, but not limited to: (a)inventory, (b) equipment, (c) instruments, including promissory notes (d) chattel paper, including tangiblechattel paper and electronic chattel paper, (e) documents, (f) letter of credit rights, (g) accounts, includinghealth-care insurance receivables and credit card receivables, (h) deposit accounts, (i) commercial tort claims, (j)general intangibles, including payment intangibles and software and (k) as-extracted collateral as such termsabUCa C . TBaincludes all accessions, attachments, accessories, parts, supplies and replacements for the Collateral, allproducts, proceeds and collections thereof and all records and data relating thereto.·For loan amounts of 25,000 or less, SBA is not taking a security interest in any collateral.Page 2 of 11SBA Form 1391 (5-00)Ref 50 30

Doc #SBA Loan #Application #REQUIREMENTS RELATIVE TO COLLATERAL·Borrower will not sell or transfer any collateral (except normal inventory turnover in the ordinary course ofbusiness) described in the "Collateral" paragraph hereof without the prior written consent of SBA.·Borrower will neither seek nor accept future advances under any superior liens on the collateral securing thisLoan without the prior written consent of SBA.USE OF LOAN PROCEEDS·Borrower will use all the proceeds of this Loan solely as working capital to alleviate economic injury caused bydisaster occurring in the month of January 31, 2020 and continuing thereafter and to pay Uniform CommercialCode (UCC) lien filing fees and a third-party UCC handling charge of 100 which will be deducted from theL a aa ab .REQUIREMENTS FOR USE OF LOAN PROCEEDS AND RECEIPTS·Borrower will obtain and itemize receipts (paid receipts, paid invoices or cancelled checks) and contracts for allLoan funds spent and retain these receipts for 3 years from the date of the final disbursement. Prior to eachsubsequent disbursement (if any) and whenever requested by SBA, Borrower will submit to SBA suchitemization together with copies of the receipts.·Borrower will not use, directly or indirectly, any portion of the proceeds of this Loan to relocate without theprior written permission of SBA. The law prohibits the use of any portion of the proceeds of this Loan forvoluntary relocation from the business area in which the disaster occurred. To request SBA's prior writtenpermission to relocate, Borrower will present to SBA the reasons therefore and a description or address of therelocation site. Determinations of (1) whether a relocation is voluntary or otherwise, and (2) whether any siteother than the disaster-affected location is within the business area in which the disaster occurred, will be madesolely by SBA.·Borrower will, to the extent feasible, purchase only American-made equipment and products with the proceedsof this Loan.·Borrower will make any request for a loan increase for additional disaster-related damages as soon as possibleafter the need for a loan increase is discovered. The SBA will not consider a request for a loan increase receivedmore than two (2) years from the date of loan approval unless, in the sole discretion of the SBA, there areextraordinary and unforeseeable circumstances beyond the control of the borrower.In ProcessDEADLINE FOR RETURN OF LOAN CLOSING DOCUMENTS·Borrower will sign and return the loan closing documents to SBA within 2 months of the date of this LoanAuthorization and Agreement. By notifying the Borrower in writing, SBA may cancel this Loan if theBorrower fails to meet this requirement. The Borrower may submit and the SBA may, in its sole discretion,accept documents after 2 months of the date of this Loan Authorization and Agreement.COMPENSATION FROM OTHER SOURCES·Eligibility for this disaster Loan is limited to disaster losses that are not compensated by other sources.Other sources include but are not limited to: (1) proceeds of policies of insurance or other indemnifications,(2) grants or other reimbursement (including loans) from government agencies or private organizations, (3)Page 3 of 11SBA Form 1391 (5-00)Ref 50 30

Doc #SBA Loan #Application #claims for civil liability against other individuals, organizations or governmental entities, and (4) salvage(including any sale or re-use) of items of damaged property.·Borrower will promptly notify SBA of the existence and status of any claim or application for such othercompensation, and of the receipt of any such compensation, and Borrower will promptly submit the proceedsof same (not exceeding the outstanding balance of this Loan) to SBA.·Borrower hereby assigns to SBA the proceeds of any such compensation from other sources and authorizes thepayor of same to deliver said proceeds to SBA at such time and place as SBA shall designate.·SBA will in its sole discretion determine whether any such compensation from other sources is a duplicationof benefits. SBA will use the proceeds of any such duplication to reduce the outstanding balance of this Loan,and Borrower agrees that such proceeds will not be applied in lieu of scheduled payments.DUTY TO MAINTAIN HAZARD INSURANCE·Within 12 months from the date of this Loan Authorization and Agreement the Borrower will provide proof ofan active and in effect hazard insurance policy including fire, lightning, and extended coverage on all items usedto secure this loan to at least 80% of the insurable value. Borrower will not cancel such coverage and willmaintain such coverage throughout the entire term of this Loan. BORROWER MAY NOT BE ELIGIBLEFOR EITHER ANY FUTURE DISASTER ASSISTANCE OR SBA FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IF THISINSURANCE IS NOT MAINTAINED AS STIPULATED HEREIN THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRETERM OF THIS LOAN. Please submit proof of insurance to: U.S. Small Business Administration, Office ofDisaster Assistance, 14925 Kingsport Rd, Fort Worth, TX. 76155.BOOKS AND RECORDSIn Process·Borrower will maintain current and proper books of account in a manner satisfactory to SBA for the most recent5 years until 3 years after the date of maturity, including extensions, or the date this Loan is paid in full,whichever occurs first. Such books will include Borrower's financial and operating statements, insurancepolicies, tax returns and related filings, records of earnings distributed and dividends paid and records ofcompensation to officers, directors, holders of 10% or more of Borrower's capital stock, members, partners andproprietors.·Borrower authorizes SBA to make or cause to be made, at Borrower's expense and in such a manner and at suchtimes as SBA may require: (1) inspections and audits of any books, records and paper in the custody or controlof Borrower or others relating to Borrower's financial or business conditions, including the making of copiesthereof and extracts therefrom, and (2) inspections and appraisals of any of Borrower's assets.·Borrower will furnish to SBA, not later than 3 months following the expiration of Borrower's fiscal year and insuch form as SBA may require, Borrower's financial statements.·Upon written request of SBA, Borrower will accompany such statements with an 'Accountant's Review Report'prepared by an independent public accountant at Borrower's expense.·Borrower authorizes all Federal, State and municipal authorities to furnish reports of examination, records andother information relating to the conditions and affairs of Borrower and any desired information from suchreports, returns, files, and records of such authorities upon request of SBA.Page 4 of 11SBA Form 1391 (5-00)Ref 50 30

Doc #SBA Loan #Application #LIMITS ON DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS·Borrower will not, without the prior written consent of SBA, make any distribution of Borrower s assets, or giveany preferential treatment, make any advance, directly or indirectly, by way of loan, gift, bonus, or otherwise, toany owner or partner or any of its employees, or to any company directly or indirectly controlling or affiliatedwith or controlled by Borrower, or any other company.EQUAL OPPORTUNITY REQUIREMENT·If Borrower has or intends to have employees, Borrower will post SBA Form 722, Equal Opportunity Poster(copy attached), in Borrower's place of business where it will be clearly visible to employees, applicants foremployment, and the general public.DISCLOSURE OF LOBBYING ACTIVITIES·Borrower agrees to the attached Certification Regarding Lobbying ActivitiesBORROWER S CERTIFICATIONSBorrower certifies that:·There has been no substantial adverse change in Borrower's financial condition (and organization, in case of abusiness borrower) since the date of the application for this Loan. (Adverse changes include, but are not limitedto: judgment liens, tax liens, mechanic's liens, bankruptcy, financial reverses, arrest or conviction of felony, etc.)·No fees have been paid, directly or indirectly, to any representative (attorney, accountant, etc.) for servicesprovided or to be provided in connection with applying for or closing this Loan, other than those reported onSBA Form 5 Business Disaster Loan Application'; SBA Form 3501 COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster LoanApplication; or SBA Form 159, 'Compensation Agreement'. All fees not approved by SBA are prohibited.·All representations in the Borrower's Loan application (including all supplementary submissions) are true,correct and complete and are offered to induce SBA to make this Loan.·No claim or application for any other compensation for disaster losses has been submitted to or requested ofany source, and no such other compensation has been received, other than that which Borrower has fullydisclosed to SBA.·Neither the Borrower nor, if the Borrower is a business, any principal who owns at least 50% of the Borrower,is delinquent more than 60 days under the terms of any: (a) administrative order; (b) court order; or (c)repayment agreement that requires payment of child support.·Borrower certifies that no fees have been paid, directly or indirectly, to any representative (attorney,accountant, etc.) for services provided or to be provided in connection with applying for or closing thisLoan, other than those reported on the Loan Application. All fees not approved by SBA are prohibited.If an Applicant chooses to employ an Agent, the compensation an Agent charges to and that is paid bythe Applicant must bear a necessary and reasonable relationship to the services actually performed and mustbe comparable to those charged by other Agents in the geographical area. Compensation cannot becontingent on loan approval. In addition, compensation must not include any expenses which are deemedby SBA to be unreasonable for services actually performed or expenses actually incurred. Compensationmust not includeIn ProcessPage 5 of 11SBA Form 1391 (5-00)Ref 50 30

Doc #SBA Loan #Application #charges prohibited in 13 CFR 103 or SOP 50-30, Appendix 1. If the compensation exceeds 500 for adisaster home loan or 2,500 for a disaster business loan, Borrower must fill out the CompensationAgreement Form 159D which will be provided for Borrower upon request or can be found on theSBA website.·Borrower certifies, to the best of its, his or her knowledge and belief, that the certifications and representationsin the attached Certification Regarding Lobbying are true, correct and complete and are offered to induce SBAto make this Loan.CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PENALTIES·Whoever wrongfully misapplies the proceeds of an SBA disaster loan shall be civilly liable to the Administratorin an amount equal to one-and-one half times the original principal amount of the loan under 15 U.S.C. 636(b).In addition, any false statement or misrepresentation to SBA may result in criminal, civil or administrativesanctions including, but not limited to: 1) fines, imprisonment or both, under 15 U.S.C. 645, 18 U.S.C. 1001, 18U.S.C. 1014, 18 U.S.C. 1040, 18 U.S.C. 3571, and any other applicable laws; 2) treble damages and civilpenalties under the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. 3729; 3) double damages and civil penalties under the ProgramFraud Civil Remedies Act, 31 U.S.C. 3802; and 4) suspension and/or debarment from all Federal procurementand non-procurement transactions. Statutory fines may increase if amended by the Federal Civil PenaltiesInflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015.RESULT OF VIOLATION OF THIS LOAN AUTHORIZATION AND AGREEMENTIn Process·If Borrower violates any of the terms or conditions of this Loan Authorization and Agreement, the Loan will bein default and SBA may declare all or any part of the indebtedness immediately due and payable. SBA's failureto exercise its rights under this paragraph will not constitute a waiver.·A default (or any violation of any of the terms and conditions) of any SBA Loan(s) to Borrower and/or itsaffiliates will be considered a default of all such Loan(s).DISBURSEMENT OF THE LOAN·Disbursements will be made by and at the discretion of SBA Counsel, in accordance with this LoanAuthorization and Agreement and the general requirements of SBA.·Disbursements may be made in increments as needed.·Other conditions may be imposed by SBA pursuant to general requirements of SBA.·Disbursement may be withheld if, in SBA's sole discretion, there has been an adverse change in Borrower'sfinancial condition or in any other material fact represented in the Loan application, or if Borrower fails tomeet any of the terms or conditions of this Loan Authorization and Agreement.·NO DISBURSEMENT WILL BE MADE LATER THAN 6 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THISLOAN AUTHORIZATION AND AGREEMENT UNLESS SBA, IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION,EXTENDS THIS DISBURSEMENT PERIOD.Page 6 of 11SBA Form 1391 (5-00)Ref 50 30

Doc #SBA Loan #Application #PARTIES AFFECTED·This Loan Authorization and Agreement will be binding upon Borrower and Borrower's successors andassigns and will inure to the benefit of SBA and its successors and assigns.RESOLUTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS·Borrower shall, within 180 days of receiving any disbursement of this Loan, submit the appropriate SBACertificate and/or Resolution to the U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of Disaster Assistance, 14925Kingsport Rd, Fort Worth, TX. 76155.ENFORCEABILITY·This Loan Authorization and Agreement is legally binding, enforceable and approved upon Borrower ssignature, the SBA s approval and the Loan Proceeds being issued to Borrower by a government issued check orby electronic debit of the Loan Proceeds to Borrower banking account provided by Borrower in application forthis Loan.In ProcessJames E. RiveraAssociate AdministratorU.S. Small Business AdministrationThe undersigned agree(s) to be bound by the terms and conditions herein during the term of this Loan, and further agree(s)aab aSBA. Under penalty of perjury of theUnited States of America, I hereby certify that I am authorized to apply for and obtain a disaster loan on behalf ofBorrower, in connection with the effects of the COVID-19 emergency.{{0 SH}}Da :06.16.2020Owner/OfficerNote: Corporate Borrowers must execute Loan Authorization and Agreement in corporate name, by a duly authorizedofficer. Partnership Borrowers must execute in firm name, together with signature of a general partner. Limited Liabilityentities must execute in the entity name by the signature of the authorized managing person.Page 7 of 11SBA Form 1391 (5-00)Ref 50 30

Doc #SBA Loan #Application #CERTIFICATION REGARDING LOBBYINGFor loans over 150,000, Congress requires recipients to agree tothe following:1. Appropriated funds may NOT be used for lobbying.2. Payment of non-federal funds for lobbying must be reported on FormSF-LLL.3. Language of this certification must be incorporated into allcontracts and subcontracts exceeding 100,000.In Process4. All contractors and subcontractors with contracts exceeding 100,000 are required to certify and disclose accordingly.Page 8 of 11SBA Form 1391 (5-00)

Doc #SBA Loan #Application #CERTIFICATION REGARDINGLOBBYINGCertification for Contracts, Grants, Loans, and CooperativeAgreementsBorrower and all Guarantors (if any) certify, to the best of its, his or her knowledge and belief, that:(1)No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, toany person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member ofCongress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connectionwith awarding of any Federal contract, the making of any Federal grant, the making of any Federal loan,the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, or modification ofany Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement.(2)If any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person forinfluencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, anofficer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Federalloan, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form LLL, "Disclosure Form to ReportLobbying," in accordance with its instructions.In Process(3) The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be included in the awarddocuments for all sub-awards at all tiers (including subcontracts, sub-grants, and contracts under grants,loans, and co-operative agreements) and that all sub-recipients shall certify and disclose accordingly.This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transactionwas made or entered into. Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for making or entering into thistransaction imposed by Section 1352, Title 31, U.S. Code. Any person who fails to file the requiredcertification shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than 10,000.00 and not more than 100,000.00for each such failure.Page 9 of 11SBA Form 1391 (5-00)

Doc #SBA Loan #6123617901Application #3303027908This Statement of Policy is PostedIn Accordance with Regulations of theSmall Business AdministrationThis Organization PracticesEqual Employment OpportunityWe do not discriminate on the ground of race, color, religion, sex, age, disabilityor national origin in the hiring, retention, or promotion of employees; nor indetermining their rank, or the compensation or fringe benefits paid them.Thi O ga i a iEa T eaP ac iceef C ieIn ProcessWe do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status,disability, age or national origin in services or accommodations offered orprovided to our employees, clients or guests.The eicie a d hiice ci h eg a iUnited States Government.P ea e ei aif hiicf he:AdministratorS a B i e Ad i iWa hi g, D.C. 20416aiIde f he b ic a deeehei ighde 13 C.F.R Pa 112, 113, a d 117, S aBusiness Administration Regulations, and to conform with the directions of the Administrator of SBA, this postermust be displayed where it is clearly visible to employees, applicants for employment, and the public.Fai e di a hee a e i ed i acc da ce i h SBA Reg a ia be cnoncompliance and subject you to the penalties contained in those Regulations.ide ed e ide ce fPage 10 of 11SBA FORM 722 (10-02) REF: SOP 9030PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETEThis form was electronically produced by Elite Federal Inc.U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1994 0- 153-346

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U.S. Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan LOAN AUTHORIZATION AND AGREEMENT Date: 06.16.2020 (Effective Date) On the above date, this Administration (SBA) authorized (under Section 7(b) of th