Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The Governor's Small Business Forum (GSBF) was held in Arlington at the Convention Center on Wednesday October 29, 2014. GSBF, sponsored by the Texas Governor's Office, the Texas Workforce Commission, the Arlington Chamber and local partners, are designed to give entrepreneurs and small businesses valuable tools, skills, and knowledge needed to thrive in today's fast-paced economy. Featuring a wide range of instructive seminars and expert speakers offering vital information on both public and private resources, the forum provides a great opportunity to network and connect with industry specialists, government officials, service providers, and other regional businesses. Brad Gurney, Senior Vice President of American Receivable Corporation was a panel participant providing information and options on access to funding and capital.

Overview of the Governor's Small Business Forum
The forum highlights the wide range of opportunities available to all businesses, including minority and women-owned small businesses, entrepreneurs, veterans, and businesses interested in expanding globally.

Stacie Durman, Account Executive with American Receivable Corporation recently volunteered her time at the C.C. Young Senior and Assisted Living center playing domino's and interacting with residents of the facility.

American Receivable staff members are encouraged to volunteer their time each week in order to give back to their community. 

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Dallas, Texas, October 9, 2014 - On Thursday, October 9th  the Addison Rotary Foundation presented a check to Ronald McDonald House of Dallas in the amount of $200,000.00 - the proceeds from the club's annual golf tournament held yearly since 1991.  Anne Capps, Executive Vice President of American Receivable Corporation is an active club member and board member, American Receivable Corporation has been a corporate sponsor for over fifteen years.

Now in its 24th year, the Addison Rotary Open ("ARO") took place at Gleneagles Country Club on September 8, 2014.  Approximately 225 golfers made the event a competitive and fun filled day.  Since 2010, this event has raised more than $1 million for the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas and is the charity's second largest annual fundraiser.  2014 ARO chairman, Lance Pendley said "The most amazing part of this story is that The Addison Rotary Club is a relatively small group with about 45 members which means that each member has raised approximately $22,000.00  over the past 5 years."  Since the operational costs of a night's stay at RMHD is $125, it is estimated that the ARO has raised funds to pay for over 8,000 nights at the the House with the $1 million raised.  

About the Addison Rotary Foundation:

The Addison Rotary Foundation is a charitable non-profit 501 c3 organization established to address community issues through service projects such as the Addison Rotary Open.  The foundation focuses on programs which emphasize children, youth and tomorrows leaders.  Funding is provided through the Addison Rotary open as well as other activities and the efforts of the Addison Rotary Club. 

About the Ronald McDonald House:

Established in 1981, the House has served as a home-away-from-home for more that 35,000 families of seriously ill or injured children who have traveled to Dallas seeking medical treatment in area hospitals.  By providing a caring, supportive, home-like environment, the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas keeps the family intact and helps allow a family to establish a normal routine in the midst of crisis. 

American Receivable Corporation provides financing programs for companies experiencing cash flow problems. For over 35 years they have helped businesses large and small find solutions to their financing needs.