SBA is Looking for the Best of the Best!
The U.S. Small Business Administration West Texas District Office will be honoring outstanding small business owners and the people who champion small business at the 2013 Small Business Week Awards Events.
We’re looking for outstanding people and businesses in the following categories:
- Small Business Person of the Year
- Small Business Exporter of the Year
- Family-Owned Business of the Year
- Financial Services Champion
- Home-Based Business Champion
- Minority Small Business Champion
- Veteran Small Business Champion
- Women in Business Champion
We encourage all economic development entities, lending institutions, community leaders and interested individuals to nominate a deserving West Texas small business.
For more information, contact: Kim Hobgood, Public Information Officer, 806-472-7462, x 108 Kimberly.firstname.lastname@example.org
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A Tribute to Veterans
The West Texas District Office had a magnificent event on Veterans Day - Sunday, November 11, 2012. The event was titled "Remembering Eleven Eleven, A Tribute to Veterans." The speaker was Jack London who is an internationally acclaimed author, a World War II historian, a respected trial attorney, and, a former US Army Captain. There were over 1,100 people in attendance.
The West Texas District Office had four employees (Calvin Davis, Rey Lops, Armando Garcia and Roger Hendersn) who honored our Nation's Veterans on Sunday afternoon at the Silent Wings Museum in Lubbock, Texas.
Gary Martin, Calvin Davis, District Director (center) and Jack London
Armando Garcia, Jack London, Rey Lops (Deputy District Director), and John London.