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SBA names Thomas prime little company particular person in Alabama – The Selma Times‑Journal


Mar 17, 2023

SBA names Thomas prime little company particular person in Alabama

Published five:41 pm Friday, March 17, 2023

November 21, 2015 was a specific day for Thomas Accounting, which held a ribbon cutting with family members and close friends from the Selma-Dallas County Chamber of Commerce.

Practically eight years immediately after opening the Thomas Accounting and Revenue Tax Service, LLC firm, Daryl Thomas was honored by the U.S. Little Enterprise Administration this week.

Thomas was named Little company particular person of the year for the state of Alabama by the SBA. He held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the firm in November, 2015.

“It’s an honor to get the award,” Thomas stated. “This is the 1st time.”

Thomas stated he’s proud of not letting his cerebral palsy limit him.

“It’s a blessing from God and it shows that you can achieve something regardless of your situation,” Thomas stated.

Family members has played a massive part in Thomas’ accounting firm.

Thomas’ mother, Ozetta Thomas, operates with him at the firm.

A member of Alpha Pho Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Thomas  is properly-identified and properly-liked in the neighborhood.

Thomas and his wife, Sherri, have been married for 22 years. They have a daughter, Nakiria.

SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman stated the winners will be recognized on April 30 and Could 1 through the National Little Enterprise Week awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.

At the occasion, a single of the state/territory winners will be announced as the 2023 National Little Enterprise Individual of the Year.

“Our 2023 State Little Enterprise Persons of the Year have offered their all to reach their American dream — to personal and construct a sturdy, resilient company generate jobs raise competitors and innovation and energy America’s historic financial recovery,” Guzman stated in a statement. “These amazing entrepreneurs show the vibrancy and grit of our nation’s little firms. From Principal Street to manufacturing hubs and tech centers, they are powering our economy. We hope their stories inspire and motivate the subsequent generation of entrepreneurs.”