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SAVE SMALL GREEN BUSINESSES!

As an affiliate of TerraNova Strategies, LLC (TNS) – my firm, The Power Point, LLC sole owner of SevenStarEvents.com both endorses and receives performance fees from TNS. Please share this with businesses owned by people of color, women, veterans, otherly-abled folks, conscious entreprenuers, and any non-profit or for profit with less than 500 employees. #smallbusinessaction


Dear Friend,

Recently you may have received an email from me from my old email address joseph@sevenstarevents.com. Please save the email and accept greetings and warm regards from the Malki Family. We hope that you and yours are safe, well, and prepared to fight for social justice, resilient communities, sustainable economies, and ecological wisdom. As an update, Georgia and Alan are in Spain and spending their days creating new art. My child, Andaluna will be 17 years old and is thriving with straight A grades, musical creativity, and an interest public service. As for me, I am convalescing between Asheville, North Carolina and Northern California and looking for new clients for my consulting agency The Power Point, LLC

Want to catch-up with Georgia and Alan? Click here. Follow Joseph by clicking here.

The purpose of my email message was to ask you to help pass the word to even the tiniest at home business or minority / woman / veteran / disabled owned business or tribal venture or non-profit or green businesses with less than 500 employees to survive with a forgivable SBA loan. I am an affiliate of a tiny company based in Asheville, North Carolina that is dedicated to expediting these loans for businesses of color, tribal ventures, and other disenfranchised or at-risk communities. The team is made up of US SBA, US Federal Reserve, and small business development insiders who have closed over $1M for micro businesses across the country. Scroll down to learn more or just fill out the form here: https://tnsprime.com/small-business-coronavirus-relief-loans-tpp

Please scroll down to skip my requirement for disclosure regarding this email in order to comply with the US CAN-SPAM, Canada’s CASL, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as well as FTC regulations disclosing my marketing and affiliate relationships.

Because you are a friend of the Malki Family or at one time you enrolled in an opt-in associated with one or more of the Malki Family enterprises and businesses, including clients, co-producers, sponsors, or affiliates of one or more than these ventures: Asheville Art Museum, Asheville Arts Foundations, Asheville Green Drinks, Asheville Symphony, Asheville Urban Trail Festival, Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, Business and Lifestyle Expo, Business for Life, Charleston Green Fair, City of San Francisco, City of Seattle, City of Orlando, City of Los Angeles, City of Anaheim, City of Portland, City of Denver, City of Asheville, City of New York, City of Atlanta, City of Miami, City of Austin Texas, Craigslist Foundation, Dallas ArtFest, 2008 Democratic National Convention, Earth Alliance Institute, Eco Gift Show, Edom Art Festival, Ella Baker Center, Faith Hill Concert, Festival of Sails, Future Green Tour, Generation Earth, Global Exchange, Green America, Green Bash, Green Business Conference, Green Cities Huntsville, Green Cities Florida, Green Construction, Green Festivals, Green For All, Grove Arcade Market Foundation, Healthy Home Plans, Indian Institute of Technology, International Whole Life Exposition & Conference, Investors’ Circle, Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead) Wedding, Kushi Institute, Latin Boom USA Tour, Lake Eden Arts Festival, Lex 18 – Appalachian Speak Easy, Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS), Live Earth, Lyle Lovett Concert, Marriott Renaissance Asheville Hotel, OrganicFest, Real Goods, Shaklee Corporation, Social Venture Network, SolFest, Solar Living Institute, Southwest Indian Festival, Sun Festival, Sustainable Solutions Expo, Sustainable North Carolina, SVN, The Very Good Show, United Nations Environmental Programme, United Nations Green Cities Expo, U.S. Sustainability Finance Leadership Summit, United States Army Huntsville, US Environmental Protect Agency, US Census, Volvo, West Coast Green Tradeshow, Winedale Festival, some time between 1999 and 2020, I have reached out to you. Your interest in social justice, ecological wisdom, and sustainable communities is appreciated and thanks for your continued support of the green business cause. This message updates you on the Malki Family and the private ventures of Joseph Malki, The Power Point, LLC sole owner of this domain – sevenstarevents.com and its databases. Seven-Star, Inc. is defunct and no longer in business.

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Let’s save the green economy!  Our affiliate TNS expedites COVID-19 SBA forgivable loans and has former US Small Business Administration and US Federal Reserve staff to help with your application. With over $1M closed so far, sole proprietors to firms with less than 500 employees may qualify. Visit this link to learn more. Together we will survive and thrive!

 

 

Dearest Friends,

Its been over six years since Seven-Star, Inc. closed its doors. Together, with thousands of green businesses and tens of millions of conscious consumers we all helped normalize the green economy.  Thank-you!  However, the challenge is not over. Now more than ever, businesses dedicated to the practice of sustainability, and social justice must survive. Please share the important business resource listed to keep your independently owned, local, tribal, minority, women, veteran, disabled owned and green ventures alive. #smallbusinesssaction

Sustainable regards,

– Joseph B. Malki

MESSAGE OF HOPE

A tiny team in Asheville, North Carolina is helping small businesses from coast to coast navigate and acquire SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) grants. TerraNova Strategies (TNS) has helped soloprenuers, women and minority owned businesses, independent contractors, artisans, and gig economy workers. Visit www.tnsprime.com for more info…

Alex Melton

Director of Small Business Services
Following a 9-year career with the Federal Reserve, Alex transitioned into the role of Senior Vice President of Risk Management with Flagler Bank. He is also the owner of a furniture and interior and exterior design business focused on wood and wood products Appalachian Designs based in Asheville, NC.

Alex serves as a valued member of TerraNova’s consultants team, with a focus on regulatory and risk management issues.

Johanna Hagarty

Director of Outreach

Johanna has a BS in Human Services and over a decade of experience as an Arts + Economic Development Specialist, Marketing Consultant, and Creative Business Facilitator, including work with the Small Business Administration. She focuses primarily on under-resourced communities including artists, women, and people of color. As the founder of an 8-year arts economic brand, Johanna works with the intention of activating creativity to synthesize change, because she truly believes in the power of the arts to heal, connect and galvanize. Deeply committed to community partners and programs, everything Johanna does is with the focus of finding long-term sustainable solutions to support individuals, communities and the world at large.

J. Perry Hendrix

Director of Small Business Services
A seasoned Commercial Banker with over 42 years of experience in Commercial Real Estate (CRE) lending as well as Commercial & Industrial (C&I) lending, Perry has served as a CEO, Chief Credit Officer, Regional Commercial Banking Executive and sales team leader throughout his distinguished career. Perry is a graduate of Wake Forest University and Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Delaware, and he currently serves on the Board of the Council on Aging of Buncombe County, Member of Rotary in Asheville, United Way of Asheville and is active in other meaningful volunteer activities