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The company is creating a series of articles that portray small businesses overcoming odds and how they are paying it forward in their communities.
Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
President of SBALoansToday.com, Bill Clanton, today announced the company’s plan to share small business success stories in a series of articles to appear on their website. The success stories will also focus on what these same businesses are doing to give back in their own communities and encourage other businesses to consider doing the same.
SBALoansToday.com was launched earlier this year, providing information and resources to small business owners who need SBA loans to finance their new and growing businesses. In recent months, the company’s president has visited with local businesses – large and small – who are making a difference in their communities despite the negativity that comes with a struggling economy.
“These stories deserve to be told,” said Clanton, “because there are business owners who are plotting new courses, defying the odds, and making a difference. We need to see more winners and allow them to serve as an inspiration to the rest of us, showing that we can – and will – move toward a better future. Each of us has a significant role to play in that future, and by sharing these stories, we can help do our part.”
SBALoansToday.com is accepting business success stories, inspirational stories of businesses and people going out of their way to help others, or innovative ideas that entrepreneurs have nurtured from a thought to a real business. Email them to Success@SBALoansToday.com for consideration.
SBALoansToday.com is the authority on SBA small business lending and USDA loans. They help small businesses navigate the process of obtaining financing, including franchise loans, through government guaranteed lending programs. SBALoansToday.com is headquartered in Denver, with offices at 17th and California. They may be reached by calling toll free 1-855-SBA-4-BIZ (1-855-722-4249).
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