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HUBZone Certification Seminar in Carrizo Springs

Advisory Date: Thursday, May 17, 2012
Advisory Number: MA12-21 SADO
Release Date: Monday, May 14, 2012
Contact: Theresa Scott


HUBZone Certification Program Seminar

 WHO:       The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) of the

                 San Antonio District Office and Sul Ross State

                 University Rio Grande College-Small Business

                 Development Center       

WHAT:     HUBZone Certification Program Seminar

WHERE:    Middle Rio Grande Counseling Building,

                 307 W. Nopal Street, Carrizo Springs, TX  78834  

WHEN:     May 24, 2012, from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

SUMMARY:  Free-of-Charge event.  Learn how to apply for

                 HUBZone Certification Program and how it can help

                 your business with contracting opportunities with

                 federal buying agencies. 

                 The Historically Underserved Business Zones

                 (HUBZone) Program helps small businesses

                 in urban and rural communities gain preferential

                 access to federal procurement opportunities. These

                 preferences go to small businesses that obtain

                 HUBZone certification. The program encourages

                 economic development in historically underutilized

                 business zones.

POC:         RSVP is required.  Contact Maricela Brown,

                 SRSU/Rio Grande College SBDC at 830-758-5022,


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