2005-03-18 / Community

Entrepreneur Gets Boost From ‘Trickle- Up’ Program


Curtis Archer (RDRC’s executive director) presents Nilvia Hilton with the first of three checks from the U. S. Trickle Up Program. The initial $500 check is to help her start her new business – By The Bay Fundraising. The business will manufacture discount cards for schools and non-profits to sell as fundraising tools, and give the buyer discounts to local businesses. Hilton’s website is www.btbay.com. Also pictured with Hilton (23) and Archer are RDRC’s Valerie West and Walter McCree.  Photo by Miriam RosenbergCurtis Archer (RDRC’s executive director) presents Nilvia Hilton with the first of three checks from the U. S. Trickle Up Program. The initial $500 check is to help her start her new business – By The Bay Fundraising. The business will manufacture discount cards for schools and non-profits to sell as fundraising tools, and give the buyer discounts to local businesses. Hilton’s website is www.btbay.com. Also pictured with Hilton (23) and Archer are RDRC’s Valerie West and Walter McCree. Photo by Miriam Rosenberg

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