George Murray, the Deputy District Director for the West Virginia District of the U. S. Small Business Administration, will teach small business owners the process for doing business with the federal government during a luncheon meeting sponsored by the Barbour County Chamber of Commerce at the Market Place on Wednesday, March 8th.
All business owners are invited. Advanced reservations are required. A full soup and salad luncheon with dessert and beverage at a cost of $ 10, tax and tip included, will be served at 11:30 a.m. with the program starting at noon. Reservations may be made with the Chamber of Commerce office at 101 College Hill Drive, Box 2124, Philippi. Telephone 457-1958.
George Murray helped clients win more than $ 10 billion in federal contracts as a Senior Market Research Analyst with the SWOT Management Group, and as a Senior Market Research Analyst with Suss Consulting, Inc. A native of Pennsylvania, he managed a team that provided SBA services to businesses in Eastern Pennsylvania before assuming his current role as Deputy District Director nine years ago in the state of West Virginia.