• Sophia Fang

Congratulations to The Pittsburgh Juice Company on their full loan repayment!

Updated: Jan 29, 2020

We'll always have a special place in our heart for Naomi Homison and The Pittsburgh Juice Company, the first local business to launch on Honeycomb. With locations in Lawrenceville and Downtown Pittsburgh, The Pittsburgh Juice Company offers a colorful array of organic cold-pressed juices and vegan delicacies.

Back in 2018, The Pittsburgh Juice Company raised $38,850 from 67 investors to buy a refrigerated juice truck, allowing them to transport and sell juices at local events, coffee shops, and farmers market around PGH.

As their sixth successful year in business draws to a close, The Pittsburgh Juice Company has decided to repay their Honeycomb loan ahead of schedule, with their community investors earning an average of 10.76% ROI!

Unlike most business loans, Honeycomb loans do not have prepayment penalties, giving businesses the flexibility to repay their community early.

Congratulations Naomi! Here's to many more years of success and spreading fresh, organic products in our community!

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