Help EBSQ qualify for a $250,000 grant from Chase and LivingSocial.

Mission: Small BusinessLast night, we heard about the most amazing opportunity.  One that could change everything.  Chase and Living Social are awarding grants to small businesses across America to help them thrive, and we really want to be one of them.  Our application is in, and we desperately desperately desperately need help getting the 250 necessary votes before the 30 June 2012 deadline.

Help us receive 250 votes on the Mission: Small Business℠ page to get closer to qualifying for a $250,000 Grant. After clicking “Support” on the home page, look for our business and vote for us!
1. Click here:
2. Then click “Log In & Support”
3. Log in using your Facebook account
4. Search for EBSQ toward the bottom of this page
5. Click on the blue “Vote” button next to our business name to show your support for EBSQ.

Edited to add:  “Search by Business Name” has been hit or miss. If you can’t find us by searching “EBSQ” please look for us manually under Pennsylvania > Greensburg

Easy peasy lemon squeezy!

PLEASE HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! This would literally change everything. We could afford to hire talented people at a living wage. And we can finally bring e-commerce to EBSQ which will help us bring our artists a living wage. It’s a potential win for everyone, but we can’t do it without your help.

Thank you for your consideration and your support.

With much gratitude,

-Amie on behalf of Team EBSQ

Author: Amie Gillingham

all-around geek girl and co-founder of EBSQ

2 thoughts on “Help EBSQ qualify for a $250,000 grant from Chase and LivingSocial.”

  1. Reblogged this on Amanda Makepeace's Imagination Run Amok and commented:

    EBSQ, the artist community I blog for and love, needs votes for this amazing small business grant. If we get this we could add eCommerce capabilities to EBSQ, giving our members the ability to sell their art directly from our site. You will have to Signup via Facebook, but I think it’s a small thing compared to what achieving this grant could mean for EBSQ.

    Will you help us?

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