ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - County commissioner Debbie O'Malley hosted a free small business summit Wednesday specifically for folks how run restaurants.
Bernallilo County has been helping businesses with a program that offers technical assistance, partnerships and a revolving loan fund.
The vice president of operations for Sadies says he is thankful for the support.
"It's great to be here in New Mexico. People in nm love to go out and eat," Jim Garcia said. "This is where we do this and it's nice the county commissioner is getting involved in with these small businesses like this."
Free small business summits are offered in all of districts in Bernalillo County periodically.
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