| Central Penn Business Journal
Restaurant, haunted attraction land First Industries funding
The Commonwealth Financing Authority has approved $150,000 in loans for a haunted attraction serving the Gettysburg area and a restaurant in the Littlestown area, according to a news release.
Gettysburg Ghost Enterprises is receiving a $100,000 First Industries Tourism loan for new equipment and facility renovations for its haunted attraction, according to the state Department of Community and Economic Development.
Our Two Daughters, doing business as Washington's Restaurant, is receiving a $50,000 First Industries Tourism loan for working capital for a full-service restaurant in Germany Township, according to DCED.
The First Industries program provides loans, loan guarantees and grants to help strengthen the state's agriculture and tourism industries, according to DCED.