September 25, 2017

SBA: Administrator Linda McMahon To Tour Stanley Marketplace To Highlight Role Of Small Businesses In Economic Growth

WHAT:      Linda McMahon, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration and voice of small business on President Trump’s Cabinet, will tour and meet business owners at the Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas Street, Aurora, CO  80010 on Thursday, Sept. 28 from 2-3 p.m. This trip sparks her nationwide SBA Ignite Tour focused on listening to business owners; educating about SBA’s services for access to capital, mentoring and federal contracting; advocating for entrepreneurs and driving economic growth with small businesses.
WHEN:      Thursday, September 28,  2 – 3 p.m.
Tour begins at the south entrance near Sazza Pizza.  The administrator will visit   several small businesses that received SBA assistance.
WHERE:   Stanley Marketplace
2501 Dallas Street, Aurora, CO  80010
WHO:        Joining SBA Administrator Linda McMahon on the tour are local small business owners and Mark Shaker, co-founder of the Stanley Marketplace.
WHY:        Linda McMahon serves as the 25th administrator of the SBA and advocates on behalf of the 28 million small businesses in America. Small business owners take a risk on an idea, invest in their communities, and create jobs. Their skills and creativity not only support their own families, they make neighborhoods vibrant places to live and work and fuel the state’s, and nation’s, economic strength. Small businesses are the engine of America’s economy and in Colorado, 97 percent of the businesses, employing over a million Coloradans.
Follow Administrator McMahon’s tour across the nation via social media with #SBAIgniteTour.
This post was originally published here.