[Veterans Business Network SDVOB Set Asides] Reaching Out To Micro-Business SDVOB's not listed at www.VetBizNetwork.net

  • From: "John Kolsun" <john.kolsun@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <WIRED@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2007 09:52:06 -0400

John Here,

 

I have found Saturday morning is the best time to reach out to
Micro-Business SDVOB's.  This email will not reach the registered Federal
Buyers and most medium size SDVOB's are closed today.

 

The www.VetBizNetwork.net <http://www.vetbiznetwork.net/>  needs
Micro-Business SDVOB's.  If your previous Federal Bidding Experience was
bidding is something you would rather forget, we're asking you to take a
look at our concept this weekend.  We Team and We Team and then We Team.
The fact is we are behind the eight ball, . in size the average SDVOB is
smaller, has less capitol and frankly most do not want to be the Prime
Contractor.

 

Micro-Business SDVOB's, we have a need for you on the www.VetBizNetwork.net
<http://www.vetbiznetwork.net/>  Teams.  Please pay us a visit.

 

John  

 

 

 

 

SDVOB Pre-solicitation Set-Asides as well as today's Sources Sought have
been listed at www.VetBizNetwork.net <http://www.vetbiznetwork.net/> 

 

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