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Firm offers free business makeover package to local businesses

LiftOff, a division of Sacramento-based Vision Launchers, LLC, is offering area businesses the opportunity to win a $17,000 business makeover package consisting of a custom website, photo session, video commercial, logo design, marketing consultation and social media training.

“Small businesses are vital to our region. In today’s economy, we’ve spoken with a number of small businesses that are struggling to keep the lights on. We are all about helping small businesses grow and expand, so we really wanted to do something to give a struggling business the tools and resources it needs to succeed in its market,” said Russell Breton, a co-director of LiftOff.

Area businesses are encouraged to submit a short writeup and/or a video with their entry explaining the challenges they have faced over the past few years and why they should be chosen as the recipient of the free makeover package.

LiftOff is accepting entries from local businesses through Monday, July 23. All legal businesses operating out of the greater Sacramento region are eligible for entry.

To find out more information and access the entry form, visit the LiftOff website at http://VLLiftOff.com or call (916) 607-3715.

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