Sen. Boozman to serve as honorary chair for Huckabee Sanders’ Arkansas 30 Day Fund

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The Arkansas 30 Day Fund announced U.S. Senator John Boozman, R-Ark., as its honorary chairman as well as new partners, including several business, political, and community leaders. The fund aims to help Arkansas small businesses struggling as a result of COVID-19.

Arkansas 30 Day Fund Honorary Chairman:
U.S. Senator John Boozman

Arkansas 30 Day Fund Partners:
Carol and Bunny Adcock
Arkansas Beverage Association
Karen Black
Chuckie and Curt Bradbury
Ashley Caldwell
Craig Campbell family
Cavenaugh Auto Group
Tom Cotton Leadership PAC
Phil Cox
Kevin Crass
Bud Cummins
Ray Dillon
Jonathan Dismang
Livia and George Dunklin
Terri and Chuck Erwin
Carole and Alec Farmer
Gilmore Strategy Group
Debbie and David Haak
James Hamilton
Katie and Shane Henry
Ryan Horvath
Lauren and David Huckabee
Janet and Mike Huckabee
Johnelle Hunt
JCD Consulting
Cathy and Rusty Lanier
JoAnn and Alex Lieblong
Katy and Kevin Neihaus
Brad Parnell
Jordan Powell
Jordan and Noah Rhodes
Barry Rush
Skip Rutherford
Katie and Chip Saltsman
Sarah and Bryan Sanders
Simmons Bank
Kristen Boozman and John Schmelzle
Pam and Randy Sims
Warren Stephens
Janis and Jim Terry
Megan Turner
Janice and Larry Walther
And other anonymous donors

The Arkansas 30 Day Fund was established by Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her husband, Bryan Sanders, to provide forgivable loans of up to $3,000 to help bridge the gap for small businesses until they receive government assistance, or demand returns for their product or service. Huckabee Sanders served as Boozman’s 2010 campaign manager when he was first elected to the Senate.

“This is about Arkansans helping Arkansans,” said Huckabee Sanders. “We are thrilled that so many Arkansans have joined our effort to help small businesses all across our state save jobs during this crisis.”

Last week, the Arkansas 30 Day Fund announced a partnership with Arkansas State University. Through its Delta Center for Economic Development, ASU recruits, interviews and supplies student volunteers to help with the processing of applications received by the Arkansas 30 Day Fund.

Since launching a few weeks ago, the Arkansas 30 Day Fund has received applications from all across the state and has already distributed funds to over 50 small businesses. Huckabee Sanders said the majority of the businesses funded to date are owned by African Americans or women. At the 30-day mark from launch next week, the Arkansas 30 Day Fund will close the application process.

Arkansas businesses that qualify for assistance from the Fund are:

Small businesses that employ three to 30 people;
Based in Arkansas and have been operating for at least one year;
Owned and operated by an Arkansas resident.

To apply for assistance from the Arkansas 30 Day or learn more go to