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INTEGRA BANK AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY OFFER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES TO SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS

 PITTSBURGH, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Integra Bank and the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) are sponsoring a joint educational venture that provides small business owners with assistance in developing effective business plans, it was announced today.
 The program, called "Playing the Game to Win," is an 11-week course that includes lectures, guest speakers, group discussion, text books and other instructional materials. The program begins on June 17, and will be held at the CCAC North Side Campus.
 The program is designed to teach participants ways to develop a business plan to gain a competitive edge in their industry. The course also will highlight important topics for small business owners such as how to build stronger relationships with customers and other key business contacts; financial management and bookkeeping techniques; how to define specific business goals and objectives; and how to discover financial resources that are available to help small businesses expand and grow.
 To register for the program or for more information, contact Stephanie Cipriani of Integra Bank/Pittsburgh's Community Development Office at 412-644-6274, or Tony Summers, director of minority recruitment retention and transfer programs at CCAC, at 412-237-3064. The registration fee is $75, and all classes will be held on Thursdays beginning at 6:45 p.m.
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 /CONTACT: Bill Eiler of Integra Financial Corporation, 412-644-8073/


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