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Written By: Rachel Putman
The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Center at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith, will host Boots to Business Reboot, an entrepreneurial education and training program specifically geared for veterans, active duty servicemembers, and their spouses.

The full-day Boots to Business program, offered by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the ASBTDC at UAFS, will take place Tuesday, June 7, at the Center for Economic Development Bakery District.
Those interested in signing up can register at:

“The River Valley is gifted with a strong veteran community that plays a vital role in the region’s growth and the opportunities for us all,” said Bill Sabo, regional director of the ASBTDC. “Whether a veteran wants to start his or her own business or expand an existing one, this program will give them the insights they need to be successful in this region and a roadmap toward success.”

Reboot participants are introduced to the skills, knowledge, and resources needed to launch a business, from developing a concept to creating a business plan. Information is also provided on helpful SBA resources, and participants who complete the course can elect to further their study through further Boots to Business courses offered online at no cost.
Sabo will join Myron L. Pullum, outreach coordinator for the University of Texas at Arlington Veterans Business Outreach Center, and Herb Lawrence, veterans business development officer for the Arkansas District Office of the SBA, as trainers for this session.
“I’m glad to host this program,” Sabo said. “Whether because of their military training and discipline or their drive toward excellence, some of the most successful and driven entrepreneurs I work with are veterans.”
More information on Boots to Business and other Reboot classes to continue learning can be found at


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