It's Your Move
How to make it through when cash is tight
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Surviving a cash-flow crunch can take some creative financing.Just ask Troy and Yvonne McNair. The Aurora, Illinois,entrepreneurs started McNair Games in 1999 with one boardgame-Money Power Respect-and $120,000 from family, friends, creditcards and savings.
"Our initial printing was 50,000 units, and they were gonein 45 days," remembers Troy, 36, who formerly handled artistmanagement for Def Jam Records.
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