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SBA Honors National Small Business Champions

 

 

WASHINGTON – The U. S. Small Business Administration today honored nine champions of small business, including a businesswoman who helps disadvantaged women-owned businesses succeed; a financial services guru who introduces small business entrepreneurs to sources of capital; and an all around community activist who advocates “economic gardening” and helps small minority businesses start, grow and succeed.

These small business owners and leaders of small business support organizations were recognized today for their outstanding support of entrepreneurs.  The Champion Awards were presented in Washington, D.C., as part of the annual observance of National Small Business Week, May15-21.

 

“The SBA is proud to honor these men and women as champions of small business. Their tireless efforts have supported small businesses, local communities, and America’s economic recovery efforts” said SBA Administrator Karen G. Mills.  “They provide the counseling, advocacy, advice and support that small business owners need, and foster an environment where the spirit of entrepreneurship can flourish, resulting in economic growth and job creation.”

This year’s Champion Awards recognize winners from Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas, Vermont, and two from Washington state.

The Champion Awards were presented at the Champion Award Winners Gala in Washington D.C.

 

The 2011 National Champions and Special Award Winners are:

2011 National Financial Services Champion

Cairn G. Cross, co-founder & managing director

FreshTracks Capital

Shelburne, Vt.

2011 National Home-Based Business Champion

Patricia E. Beck, Self Employment Training coordinator

Great Plains Technology Center

Lawton, Okla.

 

2011 National Minority Small Business Champion

James R. Reid, president

Momentum Texas, Inc.

Dallas, Texas

2011 National Women in Business Champion

Laurie E. Simon, founder & CEO

Ombrella, Inc.

Kirkland, Wash.

2011 National Jeffrey Butland Family-Owned Business

David L. Haydel Sr., president & CEO

Haydel Enterprises, Inc.

Dba Haydel’s Bakery

Jefferson, La.

2011 National Veteran Champion

Darrel Bowman, CEO

Mynetworkcompany.com

Tacoma, Wash.

2011 National SBA Young Entrepreneur

William M. Fuller, president & CEO                                                     

Atlas Frontiers, Inc.

Boise, Idaho

2011 National Exporter of the Year

Darryl J. Barlett, vice president/general manager

k-Space Associates, Inc.

Dexter, Mich.

2011 Entrepreneurial Success

Elaine Krieger, president                                      

Krieger Kiddie Corporation

Naperville, Ill.



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