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Franchising Seminar Scheduled for September 13

Mark Meredith

For Immediate Release

Franchising Seminar Scheduled for September 13

Trinity Valley Community College’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Forney Economic Development Corporation will present a franchising seminar for prospective business owners. The class will be held Tuesday, September 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Forney City Hall, 101 E. Main St.

For anyone who feels they’re not reaching their potential in their current job, have doubts about their future prospects and feel like it might be a good time to go in business on their own, this free seminar will focus on the opportunities available in franchising, as presented by Bryant Colley of FranNet.

The seminar if free, but seating is limited. Pre-register by September 6 by calling Forney EDC at 972-564-5808 or email smcgregor@cityofforney.org.

The Trinity Valley SBDC is partially funded under Cooperative Agreement No. 8-603001-0046-22   by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The support given by the U.S. Small Business Administration though such funding does not constitute an express or implied endorsement of any of the co-sponsor(s) or participants’ opinions, findings, conclusion, recommendations, products or services.

Trinity Valley Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution. REASONABLE ARRANGEMENTS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WILL BE MADE IF REQUESTED IN ADVANCE.

  •     “The community is real supportive of new business coming in. The city itself has great ideas on what’s coming ahead. I would advise anyone to look at moving into the Forney area.
    - Patrick McCrea
    Owner, Doe Belly’s Catfish Café
  •     Working with the City of Forney has been a pleasure. The City’s proactive response to any problem Steve Silver Company has encountered is refreshing. Glad to call Forney our home.
    - Jud Preskitt
    Vice President, Steve Silver Company
  •     Smurfit Kappa’s Forney Mill has been operating in Forney for over forty years.  Forney is a great place to do business with an excellent, well-educated workforce and a supportive, forward-thinking city government.
    - Dave Nelson
    Vice President of Paper Operations, Smurfit Kappa North America
  •     OGW is a proud member of the Forney business community. The EDC, City Government, and the community as a whole are very open and supportive of growing businesses.
    - Holly Dempsey