MillerCoors continues to fuel business development nationwide by Awarding $150,000 in business grantsApril 7, 2011 // 0 Comments
Chicago- Continuing its commitment to economic empowerment through small business development, MillerCoors continues its legacy of support by announcing the winners of its 2010-11 Urban Entrepreneurs Series and Business Plan Competition (MUES). The recipients were awarded business grants totaling $150,000 at a special reception held at the MillerCoors corporate headquarters in Chicago. This year’s grand prizewinner, Back to the Roots, received a $100,000 business grant, with the four runners-up each receiving grants of $25,000 to contribute to their company’s start-up capital, or to expand their existing businesses. Pictured above are (back row from left) Jerome Young, MBA Power Attract Jobs Now; Randal Pinkett, keynote speaker; Nikhil Arora and Alex Velez, Back To The Roots; (front row from left) Jesse Cerda and Nancy Nkansah, Ncapsul; Terethia Waller, The Benson Mills Group; Christie Blackwell and Quiana Corde, Barazzo; and Joanne Tabellija-Murphy and Larry Waters, MillerCoors. For more information about the upcoming 2011-12 MUES competition, visit: www.millercoorsmues.com. (photo by Cliff Henri/courtesy Flowers Communications Group)
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