— Our Clients —
Client Success Stories
PCR’s clients are at the epicenter of its work. Since 1977 thousands of Southern California small businesses have been served, and PCR’s success is predicated on the success of its clients.
WORLD CITY CENTER
World City Center is a dual-immersion preschool located in the Historic West Adams area of South Los Angeles. When you approach the grounds, you feel that you are walking into a traditional church complex until you notice the sign that references an onsite daycare center.
Brittie Crawford, Owner
BLOOM & PLUME COFFEE
As you walk up Temple street from Glendale Boulevard near Echo Park Lake, your attention is immediately captured by this incredible work of art, Bloom & Plume Coffee. The captivating purple and orange building draws you in, transporting you to a space where Southern Black culture meets modern art in Los Angeles.
Moses & Maurice Harris, Owners
Infanttech is a family business that was born out of a very personal need. It was difficult for founder Lizette Espinosa and her husband to see their newborn son while driving or riding in the car and they were unable to find products on the market that properly addressed their issue. They decided to do something about it.
Lizette Espinosa, Owner
LIL’ BILL’S MOBILE BIKE SERVICE
In the heart of the USC Village, you will see a white Lil’ Bill’s branded van parked directly across the street from Trader Joes’ and Target. It’s a prime location for students and staff who are zipping around campus on bikes, skateboards, and scooters that may need quick servicing.
Aaron Flournoy, Owner
Even as an entrepreneur with no collateral, PCR trusted me.”
Jackeline Enriquez of
Indeed Construction Clean Up
“When no one else was thinking of ways to help, PCR was in fact doing all of these things.”
Greg Dulan of Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen
“PCR felt much more in touch than large lenders, I felt like they not only understood my business, but took the time to understood me and my vision.”
Kasey Phillips of Crystal Room Studio
“PCR brought my business back to life.”
Eddie Gonzales of Taquito Y Mas