Small Business Conference – Covid 19

DECEMBER 17th 600pm – 730pm.
This will be a ZOOM meeting.

We are hosting a free small business conference to help area businesses affected by Covid 19 restrictions. We hope to provide you with information and knowledge to help you navigate through these uncertain times.
 
Please go to our web site at www.gametimegym.com and register.
Register ASAP ZOOM meeting has limited number of people that can attend.
 
Key Note Speakers:
 
Dr. Tom Pliura – Owner of Pliura Medical Law. Tom is a practicing Physician and Lawyer.  Through Tom’s Medical Centers, he has personally tested and interviewed more covid patients than almost any doctor in the country. Tom regularly posts on his Facebook page the real truth about Covid using John Hopkins Medical University and New England Journal of Medicine information.
 
Tom’s Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/tom.pliura
 
Adam Ghrist – Attorney and Trial Lawyer is a Partner with Finegan, Rinker, and Ghrist. Before joining Finegan, Rinker, & Ghrist, Adam served as an Assistant United States Attorney in Peoria and the First Assistant State’s Attorney in McLean County, Illinois
 
https://www.fineganlawfirm.com/attorneys/adam-ghrist/
 
Eric Hjerpe – CPA Managing Partner of Hjerpe & Tennison, CPAS. Eric has helped hundreds of businesses apply for the EIDL, PPP, and BIGS grants, along with provided guidance on Forgiveness and Tax Relief. Eric was published in Forbes this summer about PPP. His weekly newsletters have up to the minute guidance on all grants and forgiveness information.
 
http://www.hjerpecpa.com/

 
To register go to www.gametimegym.com there will be a google document that you can sign up on. This is a FREE conference.
 
Please add your specific questions to the sign up form so the speakers can try and answer them at the conference.
 
Please no media. This conference is for small business owners.
 
If questions, contact us at gametimegym2@comcast.net
Regards,
Game Time Gym

3 thoughts on “Small Business Conference – Covid 19

  1. Oh look, the Chamber of Crony Commerce and Economic Devoling Council are not involved in supporting business and are otherwise nowhere to be seen. I guess they’re too busy cashing checks from the local governments and swooning over Rivian to take a stand with business owners and residents.

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