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Government Contracting Seminar Hosted by Texas Business Alliance – (May 16)

Texas Business Alliance is Proud to Offer this Wonderful Small Business Event.

Learn how 1,000′s of small business owners have already cashed in on $1,000,000′s
in credit and capital to start up or expand!

In this FREE opportunity meeting you will learn about our upcoming 4-hour certificate training classes to help you learn about:

*Cashing in on Certifications
*Government Contracting Success
*Build and Manage Business Credit
*How to Get Access to Working Capital

Business Loans Up to $25,000* In this business loan “boot camp”, attendees may apply for business loans while at the seminar with features like:

*NO Business Plans Required
*NO Financial Statements
*NO Tax Returns Requested
*NO Collateral Needed
*NO Complex Paperwork and
*NO Early Payment Penalties!

*Credit restrictions apply. Not available in all states. Void where prohibited by law. Programs are subject to change.

*Prior Registration is Required.*

Date:
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Seminar Start Time:
10:00am – 12:00 Noon Sharp.

Place:
Kingdom Builders Center
6011 West Orem Drive
Houston, TX 77085
Phone: (713) 728-1722

About Dominion Commercial Credit:
Dominion Commercial Credit is a Houston
based contract financing firm that owns and
operates the National Contract Guaranty
Program to provide commercial credit
solutions to government supply vendors.

Seminar Registration Information:

Registration Fee:
FREE!

Dress:
Business Casual

SEATING IS LIMITED!

To register by phone, call Texas Business Alliance at (713) 738.7578 and leave
message or send email to: info@texasbusinessalliance.org and include your
name, business name (if available), complete address, and phone number, and
number of seats you are reserving.

We look forward to seeing you at this and future TBA events.

Thanks and Have a Nice Day.

Jeffrey L. Boney
Founder and CEO
Texas Business Alliance

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