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Local company offers ‘building business credit’ seminar



With the beginning of a new fiscal year for many businesses, now more than ever is an appropriate time for business owners and entrepreneurs to step up and take charge of their companies’ financial health. On Tuesday, March 30 The Laughton Company invites business owners of northern Nevada to join the COMPLIMENTARY “Building Business Credit” seminar. Don Oberley, national public speaker and leading expert on credit management, educates attendees on how to maximize and obtain competitive financing and insurance terms available in the marketplace.

“We are very excited to start off 2010 with this complimentary seminar for business owners,” Mitch Laughton *, president of The Laughton Company, said.  “In this economy it is vital that businesses really stay on top of managing their credit and stay informed. We are offering this seminar to provide business owners with a better knowledge of how to position themselves to save money.”

The seminar takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the new TLC Learning Center located at 140 Washington St., Ste. #100 in Reno. Some of the topics covered include: bad debt negotiation, credit coaching, credit restoration, lending and realtor alliance, wealth accumulation and more. In addition to hosting the seminar free of charge, The Laughton Company is also offering a one-time complimentary initial consultation. Catered lunch from Deli Towne is provided for The Laughton Company clients and is $10 for non-clients. Early registration is encouraged as space is limited.

To register for the “Building Business Credit” seminar contact Michelle Ballowe at The Laughton Company at 775-327-6003 or e-mail [email protected].

Helping protect business health and wealth with more than 30 years of experience, The Laughton Company is a select organization of professionals specializing in comprehensive benefit and asset strategies designed to grow, develop and retain the engine that drives a company’s success—the people—with the goal to minimize risk for owners assets. Visit www.laughtonco.com or call The Laughton Company, LLC at 775-323-3255.

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