Back on Track America

Offering free business seminars for entrepreneurs, this coalition is headed to a city near you.

This fall, the Back on Track America coalition will beembarking on a rail journey across America to bring free expertguidance to the doorstep of America's small businesses, aneffort that's dedicated to revitalizing small businesses stillreeling from the recession and the September 11th attacks.

Organized by small-business expert Jane Applegate and producedby Small BusinessTelevision Network, each Back on Track America event consistsof a three-hour work session and concludes with a networkingreception and a community town hall meeting.

The best way for you to get involved is to attend an event. As asmall business owner, you will meet experts with great advice forall areas of your business. You will also meet other small-businessowners, and representatives from companies eager to do businesswith you.

Confirmed dates and locationsinclude:

November 15, 2001
The Millennium Broadway Hotel
145 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
For registration, call (888) 567-0615.

November 19, 2001
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
One Center Street
Newark, NJ 07102
For registration, call (888) 567-0615.

January 8, 2002
The World Trade Center
164 Northern Ave
Boston, MA 02210

Tentative dates and locationsinclude:

December 10, 2001

December 12, 2001

December 13, 2001

December 15, 2001
Louisville, Kentucky

January 13 and 14, 2002
San Francisco
San Jose, California

January 16, 2002
Los Angeles

January 18, 2002
San Diego

The tour will continue into spring 2002. Events are also beingplanned in Miami; Orlando, Florida; Jacksonville, Florida; NewOrleans; Houston; Austin, Texas; Dallas; Philadelphia; Atlanta;Charlotte, North Carolina; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Santa Fe, NewMexico; Kansas City, Kansas; Minneapolis; Portland, Oregon; andSeattle.

Be sure to return here often to check on the latest confirmeddates for the tour, or visit the Back on Track America Website.

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