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The Winners - SBA Awards

Win a Contest

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Meet the Small Business Person of the Year from states throughout the USA and its territories.  Meet Hector Barreto, the former head of the Small Business Administration (US SBA),  and business owner, Mildred Council, affectionately known throughout Chapel Hill as Mama Dip.   More...

Be an Advocate for Others

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Belinda Guadarrama works to help others win government contracts and she was named Small Busines Person of the Year from the State of California.    More...

Make a Product to Make a Difference

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This is a Baby Think It Over doll made to teach young people to think hard before they decide to bring a baby into the world. 

Capitalize on What You Know

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Tranh Quoc Lam spoke no English when he arrived in Hawaii from Vietnam.  He had no money. All he knew was how to bake bread.  Today he is the owner of Ba-Le Bakery and has well over 200 employees!  H was named Small Business Person of the Year from the state of Hawaii.   More...

Be Generous

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Small business owners are among the most generous people on earth.  Every year Paul Reed Smith, founder of PRS Guitars, gives away hundreds of instruments to high school students. More...

Access Free Help

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Monica Morgan went to her Small Business Development Center in Detroit and discovered that she needed to raise her prices.

Talk to Experts

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John Elkhay was named Small Business Person of the Year from the State of Rhode Island.

Get the Cash You Need

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Joe Dannis grew his company, Dawn Sign Press, with retained earnings.  To grow he was able to secure an SBA-backed loan to purchase the building from which he operates.