Nueva Gloria Group
America runs a small business of selling cosmetics. She dedicates herself to selling hand and face creams, make-up, body lotion, and many other cosmetics. A friend told her about a very famous franchise for cosmetics and natural products, and she decided to sell those products. America is really excited to develop this business, which she will start with her first Esperanza loan. She wishes to repay her loan well and to continue receiving more loans. She is excited to receive her first loan with Esperanza. She wants to use her business profits to increase her inventory.
America has 4 children. Three of them live together in her simple house with their father. Her dreams are to have an improved and successful business, and also to build a house for her children. Her favorite things to do are to read and sew.
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