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il ome Tues. Aug. 8, 2017 Hinton News - 9 Keeping Your Business Running Smoothly (NAPS)--According to the latest statistics from the U.S. Small Business Administration, 80 percent of the 28.8 million U.S. small businesses have no employees, placing a heavy burden on the business owner when it comes to juggling every detail of running a com- pany. From IT issues to customer ser- vice and even facilities management, a small-business owner must be a jack-of- all-trades. Fortunately, some banks are recogniz- ing the need for more specialized support for small-business owners and are carv- ing out a niche to better serve them. Here are three ways small-business owners can get more from their banking partner: Relationships Matter Banks that specialize in serving small-business clients understand the financial pressures they face and will as- sign a relationship manager with exper- tise to help them endure the challenges of today's competitive market. Relationship managers can be a small-business own- er's best resource when it comes to man- aging finances; they can anticipate needs, troubleshoot, and provide a wide array of products and solutions to help clients achieve their goals. SmaJl-business own- ers who take the time to get to know their relationship managers can find them to be valuable and trusted partners Money to Grow With Whether a business owner needs to acquire upgraded equipment, fi- nance expansion plans or smooth out 'cash flow, a well-capitalized bank with decision makers at the local level can provide quick access to loans, lines of credit, letters of credit and much more. "Make It Right For Kids" Night Coming Back Event Postings Via Expl Summers County Tourism Website If your business or organization has any upcoming events you would like help promoting please go to www.ExploreSummersCounty.com/ submitevent and complete the form so we can add your event to our calendar and help further promote it through social media. You can find us on Facebook under "Explore Summers County." We also have a bulletin board in our window if you have event fliers for display Baby robins eat 14 feet of earthworms every day! Low Vision Patients with For eleven years, Children'sGreenbrierValley Children's Home Home Society's "Make It Right For in Rupert. Their interest in helping Kids" Night has helped funds to help support the emergency shelter and A good relationship with the bank children and families served by the Children's Home Society is can give small businesses a big boost. Society's programs in the Greenbrier motivated by their desire to be good Valley As many of you may recall, neighbors in their host communities. Clients who already have established this event was canceled in 2016 after When asked to comment on their relationships with their bank may have the June floods devastated our support of the Society and it's an easier road to accessing the funds they need. Since documents don't el- communities, directly impacting programs, Mr. Meglung stated, ways tell the whole story, it helps to those who have so generously helped "that's why the Beech Ridge Energy have someone at the bank who under- support this event in the past. But center felt compelled to help the stands the business and can speak on just as our communities have come children in our back yard, by its behalf, back even better and stronger, supporting the Children's Home Products and Services Taflored to Fit Children's Home Society is Society of WV right here in Banks that offer a full suite of tree- preparing to bring back "Make It Greenbr~er County." All funds raised sury management products and services Right For Kids" Night in 2017! through this event are used to help business owners perform banking The public is invited to join CHS support the local programs of activities quickly and easily, leaving on Friday, September 8, 2017, at 7 Children's Home Society, which more time for growing the business, p.m. at the Cecil Underwood Youth include the emergency child shelter Treasury management professionals Building at the WV State Fair in Rupert, as well as the foster care are made available to consult with busi- ness owners to better understand their grounds for an evening of exciting and adoption programs. unique needs and implement solutions fun with old friends and new. Social Many unique and interesting to optimize cash flow, streamline receiv- hour with wine and heavy hers auction items will be available for ables and manage accounts, d'oeuvres precedes the live auction, this event, including work by local For example, "at BankUnited, we which begins at 8 p.m. A silent artists and craftsmen, gift recognize that small-business owners' auction will also be held during the certificates and baskets donated by needs are vastly different from individ- evening. This year, the event is being local businesses and much more. ual consumers;' explained Gerry Litren- hosted by Jack McClung, Operations Tickets for the event are $35 and to, senior executive vice president, retail and Maintenance Manager for may be purchased at the Children's and business banking. "Our teams of Beech Ridge Energy Center, Home Society office in Fairlea. Table experienced professionals are prepared Invenergy. Mr. McClung firstsponsorships are available for $200 to help smallbusinesses thrive in today's became involved with Children's (8 tickets). Contact the CHS office competitive environment:' Home Society when Invenergy at 304-647-3430 for more installed some playground information or to purchase your NOTICE equipment and a net fence around tickets today. Do you have a diagnosis ofbreast the basketball court atthe cancer or know someone who does? Do you need a mammogram and cannot afford one? Do you live in Notice Notice Summers County? If the answer is yes Walk for Her Lifetime can help. JOHN HENRY DAYS NOTICE We are an organization that offers The John Henry Days Committee Meadow Creek Cemetery needs mammograms and financial aid to will be meeting the 3rd Thursday of your donations for this year's care those who have a diagnosis of breast every month. The meeting will be for the cemetery. Four large Trees cancer, held at 7:00 P.M.in the basement of ' have fallen and need removed. 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