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Building Black Business

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Building a business takes courage and commitment; but it also takes MONEY! When you decide to start a business, financing is always the biggest hurdle. NOT ANYMORE! Sue Malone, President & CEO of Strategies for Small Business is the number one Small & Minority Business lender in the country. Through her expertise thousands of small and minority business owners have realized the joy of becoming their own boss. Sue spearheaded the nations first for-profit & not-for-profit ice cream parlor, Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream - a project that taught inner city youth to operate a business. Sue was the very first woman parking facility operator in the U.S. overseeing 7 highly lucrative facilities in San Francisco. Sue also crafted the branding for the World Figure Skating Championships, delivering sales of $369,000 in just 3 days.

Since the inception of both the SBA Community Express Loan Program in 2002, and the SBA Patriot Express Program in 2007, Ms. Malone, through Superior Financial Group, has been the number one lender by volume for both programs - for every year since. Sue has funded over 32,000 SBA Community Express and Patriot loans, an achievement simply unrivaled in the industry.  

If you have an idea, dream, or desire to become your own boss, you must hear what Sue Malone has to say.  Even if you don't have a business plan or a ding on your credit, you can still get started. Join in the discussion on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at 7:00pm.  Don't miss this opportunity to realize your dream of becoming a business owner or expanding your business. For more information and to find out how you can qualify for your "unsecured" loan, visit www.suemalone.com or www.strategiesforsmallbusiness.com.

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