When you are qualifying for RRF funding on the basis that your operation's gross receipts is at least 33% on-site sales to the public, you must calculate your award using all of the gross receipts from your operation.
For example: A brew pub had at least 33% of gross receipts in 2019 consisting of on-site sales to the public. The gross receipts of on-site sales to the public was $100,000, and the total gross receipts of the business was $200,000. The brew pub would calculate its award using $200,000 for its 2019 gross receipts.
If the same brew pub's 2020 gross receipts was $250,000 with on-site sales to the public consisting of $90,000, the brew pub would calculate its award using $250,000 as its 2020 gross receipts.
Although on-site sales to the public declined in 2020, the brew pub's overall gross receipts increased, which means the brew pub is not eligible for an award.
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