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NEW YORK, Aug. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 1847 Holdings LLC (OTC: EFSH), a publicly traded holding company platform that combines the attractive attributes of private, lower-middle market businesses with the liquidity and transparency of a publicly traded company, today announced that its subsidiary, Neese, Inc. (“Neese”), a Grand Junction, Iowa-based provider of products and services for the agricultural industry, successfully refinanced its capital leases with support from Home State Bank (“Home State”).
The renewal of Neese’s term loan with Home State provides funds to pay the capital leases and reduces the interest rate on its loan to 5.5 percent.
Ellery Roberts, founder and CEO of 1847 Holdings, stated, “With the support of Home State, we’ve reduced Neese’s financing costs and related contractual payments by nearly $450,000 per year.”
About 1847 Holdings LLC
1847 Holdings LLC (OTC: EFSH) operates American companies it acquires at attractive valuations, leveraging its management team’s extensive experience gained at leading investment firms, such as Colony Capital, Lazard Freres and Saunders, Karp & Megrue, to grow operations and create value. 1847 Holdings seeks to generate returns for shareholders in the future through consistent, annual distributions of operating subsidiary income and capital appreciation resulting from the timely sale of operating subsidiaries.
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Ellery W. Roberts, Founder & CEO
1847 Holdings LLC
Dave Gentry, CEO
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