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Delta State to present a two-day credit management workshop

By October 2, 2009General

Delta State University’s College of Business in partnership with the Center for Community and Economic Development’s AmeriCorps*VISTA Delta Recovery Project, will present a two-day workshop entitled “Credit Matters” that will address various aspects and issues such as the advantages and disadvantages of using credit, tips for repairing credit, things bankers look for in making a business loan, foreclosures, building a budget and other topics related to credit management. 

The workshops will be held Wednesday, Oct. 7, and Thursday, Oct. 8, from 6 – 7:30 p.m., in the Baioni Conference Center, Room 132, of Broom Hall on the campus.
Craig Robinson of Madison will be the presenter for the workshops. Robinson currently serves as the executive vice president and regional president for the State Bank & Trust Company. He was actively involved with the reorganization and sale of Consumer National Bank to State Bank & Trust Company. 
He has over 37 years of banking experience and has served as president for five banks across the South. Robinson is also active in the community. He has served as a past president of the Jackson Kiwanis Club and was a board member for the City of Jackson planning committee. He currently serves on the board of Ballet Magnificat and is a deacon at First Presbyterian Church of Jackson. He is married to Vicki and they have two adult children and three grandchildren. 
The workshops are free and open to the public. Advanced registration is preferred. To register, contact Sabrina Bland or Rodderrie Corbin at (662) 846-4227 or (662) 846-4234.