ACCION Coming To MSNBC

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Tune into MSNBC’s “Your Business” this Sunday at 7:30 a.m. to see ACCION’s Vice President of Business Development Jennifer Spaziano appear as a guest panelist.

As an expert in the microfinance field, Ms. Spaziano will appear along side Phil Town, a private investor, and Alfred Edmond Jr., Editor-In-Chief of Black Enterprise Magazine, to discuss how a growing sector of entrepreneurs have used micro-loans to grow their businesses.

ACCION is a non-profit community financial institution that provides FREE credit and business training. With a good business plan, ACCION can loan up to $50,000.  ACCION  contributes to economic development by providing microloans and business advisory services to individuals and small businesses who do not have access to traditional sources of credit.

Be sure to set your alarm, DVR, or VCR:

When:   This Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 7:30 a.m. EST

Channel:  MSNBC: Time Warner Channel 43 or Channel 23

To learn more about ACCION, logon to www.accionny.org

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