Monday, February 22, 2010

Brighton Small Business Assistance Center celebrates completion of first Business Plan Writing Workshop

The Brighton Small Business Assistance Center celebrated the completion of its first Business Plan Writing Workshop with a ceremony to honor the participants of the class on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The ceremony was held at the Brighton Learning and Resource Campus, 1850 E. Egbert St.

The first class had a total of nine participants who are either currently in business or just starting their business.

The participants were:
Raymond Moore – Universal Deep Clean, LLC
Lorena Diaz - Universal Deep Clean, LLC
Priscilla Aguirre – PAA Contractors, Inc.
Cutburt Aguirre, Jr. - PAA Contractors, Inc.
Lesley Poladsky – Sport and Spine
Edo Zylstra - Sport and Spine
Mary Ann Blood – Petals and Pearls
Tina Darling – Darling Expressions
Kim Houston – Little h bar Beef

“We had this dream to own a business for five years but didn’t know how to get started,” said class participants Raymond Moore and Lorena Diaz, Universal Deep Clean, Inc. “This gave us a way to start our business and a way to attain our dream.”

“This workshop gave us an opportunity to bounce ideas off of each other,” said class participant Christina
Darling, Darling Expressions. “The facilitators were really helpful and knowledgeable. Now I am ready to hit
the bricks, follow my plan and attend more classes at the Small Business Assistance Center.”

The Brighton Small Business Assistance Center (BSBAC) provides general business consulting services and educational programs to entrepreneurs looking to start or grow a small business, expand an existing business or find ways to successfully manage a business. The Small Business Assistance Center also provides low- or no-cost guidance and training in proven management fundamentals helping existing small business owners and potential owners make sound decisions for the successful operation of their business.

For more information about workshops and services offered at the Brighton Small Business Assistance
Center, visit or contact Teri Sanchez, SBAC coordinator, 303-655-2150 or

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