Ryan Dobi, 13, does a flip at JumpTime in Boise. JumpTime’s first location is in Meridian. Owner Chad Babcock added a 
second one in Boise with the help of government collateral for a loan he needed. “It’s just another avenue for financing,” 
Babcock says. “The bank likes it when you are backed by the government.”
Ryan Dobi, 13, does a flip at JumpTime in Boise. JumpTime’s first location is in Meridian. Owner Chad Babcock added a second one in Boise with the help of government collateral for a loan he needed. “It’s just another avenue for financing,” Babcock says. “The bank likes it when you are backed by the government.” jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
Ryan Dobi, 13, does a flip at JumpTime in Boise. JumpTime’s first location is in Meridian. Owner Chad Babcock added a second one in Boise with the help of government collateral for a loan he needed. “It’s just another avenue for financing,” Babcock says. “The bank likes it when you are backed by the government.” jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

Government collateral helps Idaho firms like JumpTime grow

August 27, 2013 12:00 AM

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