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The Rolla, Missouri Chamber of Commerce is commemorating Small Business Week and that will be from May 12th to May 16th with a couple of events scheduled. The US president every year since 1963 has released the announcement of Small Business Week, which acknowledges the efforts of business owners and small business proprietors in the United States.

Over 50% of people in United States either possess or work with a small business, and they produce almost 2/3 jobs within the Unites States every year.

On May 13th, there will be an academic conference regarding body language in morning from 08:30-10:00 am presented by Constance Hoffman, owner of Social and Business Graces at the Center. The individuals should R.S.V.P. by mailing at carolyn@rollachamber.org or even by calling at 573-364-3577. The cost is just $10.

On May 14th, there will be a tour to small industry at St. James Winery. All participants should meet in the Tasting Room at 04:00 pm. The individuals who are planning to attend should inform the Rolla, Missouri Chamber of Commerce.

On May 15th, there will be a Lunch ‘N Learn meeting from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm at 901 N. Elm St., Rolla City Hall. The subject of discussion will be best strategies for businesses, such as Refinancing 101, releasing collateral security for funds, setting up communication with banking institutions, alternative methods to bring down business costs and teaching the staff about new skills other than their normal one.

The small business week will finish with a cash mob that will be on May 16th at 1303 North Highway 63 Dairy Queen, Rolla and the time will be from 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm for individuals to purchase a treat.

In accordance with the Rolla, Missouri Chamber of Commerce, these all events will be in an effort to demonstrate and make out different retail businesses in the community.

It is advised to shoppers at Rolla, Missouri Chamber of Commerce Small Business Events to keep their shopping receipts as they can win a $1,000 prize for assisting and supporting local community businesses. You can also get the registration forms from the Rolla Chamber of Commerce Office.