Thursday, Aug 8, 2013 · 5:30 pm
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 26, 2013
Contact: Elvira M. Valles
Vice President West Region
Accion Texas Inc.
Phone: 888-215-2373, ext. 1602
Email: email@example.com 
Accion Texas Inc.
Phone: 210-226-3664, ext. 1142
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 
ACCION TEXAS PRESENTS FREE BUSINESS SEMINAR
EL PASO, Texas – Accion Texas Inc., the nation’s largest small business microlender, is offering a free Human Resources seminar to small business owners, Thursday, August 8 at 5:30 p.m., at the Accion office located at 1421 Lee Trevino Dr., B-1.
Co-presenting the event will be the Project Vida’s Economic Development Department and Paul Meza, CPA:
• The importance of Financial Statements
• Business Taxes
• Basic Record keeping
• Profit and Loss and Balance Sheets
Small business owners will learn the importance of understanding financial reports and how this can help them to better understand their businesses.
Reservations may be made by small business owners by emailing Alejandro Valles at email@example.com  or by phone at 888-215-2373 ext. 1603.
About Accion Texas Inc.
Accion Texas Inc. is a nonprofit, multi-state micro-and small business lender that helps new and existing entrepreneurs successfully grow their businesses. Through affordable lending and business development services, Accion Texas Inc. is committed to empowering diverse individuals and small businesses that have limited access to
traditional sources of capital. Accion Texas Inc. manages the nation’s largest microloan portfolio and operates 20 offices in eight states: Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. The organization is the largest member of the Accion U.S. Network. In the El Paso area, Accion Texas has made nearly 1,800 small business loans totaling approximately $18 million in loans since 1996. Founded in San Antonio in 1994, Accion Texas Inc. has disbursed more than 13,400 loans totaling $143 million and helped to create or retain more than 10,500 jobs. For more information, visit www.acciontexas.org  or call 888-215-2373.