Mar 26, 2009-
Mar 26, 2009
05:30PM - 07:00PM
Small Business Lending: Making the Dollars Make Sense
What you need to know to secure business financing.
3033 Cleveland Ave, Santa Rosa, CA
Event Description

In today’s world of negative economic news and complex stimulus packages, small businesses need to make smart decisions if they want to succeed. If you are a small business owner, or considering starting a business, let our experts show you how to effectively use business lending to make every dollar count.

The Small Business Lending: Making the Dollars Make Sense seminar will educate you on:

  • What you need to know to secure business financing
  • The challenges facing small business lenders today
  • Financing options to help your business grow
Date Time Location Details
March 26, 2009
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM RCU Corporate Facilities
Sonoma Room
3033 Cleveland Ave
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Light refreshments will be provided.

Cost: Free
Register:   Sign up now via email or call (707) 576-5259 to make a reservation or ask a question.


About the Speakers:


Michael DowneyMichael Downey, VP of Business Lending, was a successful business owner for over 25 years. He has spent the last 8 years helping small businesses in Sonoma County with their lending needs.


Jason Ehn

Jason Ehn, Senior SBA Loan Officer, has been in the SBA lending industry in Sonoma County for over 10 years. He started SBA lending at RCU in April of 2008 and already has helped RCU to become one of the leading SBA lenders in the North Bay.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Lee Alderman     Email:
Phone: 707-576-5266      Fax: 707-541-2866



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