Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group 
Invites you to attend its seventh monthly meeting

Thursday, May 15, 2014   6:30-8:00 PM

Small Business Financing Opportunities, sponsored by


Official Bank of



Co-Sponsored by the Global Mall at the Crossings
Venue: Meeting Room across from the Office in the Global Mall
5252 Hickory Hollow Pkwy, Antioch, parking in LOT B on the back side of the Mall

Food and drinks will be served 
Admission free, business attire, RSVP to 
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www.TIMBG.org;www.diverseculturalevents.com; www.globalmusiccity.com

Co-founded in 2013 by Drs. Ming Wang and Galen Hull, TIMBG (
www.TIMBG.org) promotes communication and interaction among immigrant and minority business owners through a series of monthly seminars to enable participants to market their series and products as well as to discuss topics of mutual interests. Membership in TIMBG is open to all, regardless of whether they are immigrants or minorities.


For over 150 years Fifth Third Bank has been providing quality financial products and services to its customers. Based on its rich history of performance and customer service, the Bank has received numerous accolades for the way it operates. Fifth Third Bank operates 17 affiliates with more than 1,300 full-service locations in twelve states.  Nashville area branches include two on Nolensville Pike, one on Nashboro Village, Nipper’s Corner, and East Thompson Lane. Fifth Third was a Platinum Sponsor of the Celebrate the Nations event at the Global Mall on April 12th. Small businesses such as those participating in TIMBG events are the special focus of Fifth Third outreach.

Fifth Third Bank strives for diversity, recognizing the value that different perspectives bring to the way service is delivered.  The Bank’s vision is to be a growth company that relentlessly meets today's needs while working hard to deliver a better tomorrow for customers, employees and shareholders.

Fifth Third Bank has a rich legacy of community support. In 1948, it became the first financial institution in the United States to establish a charitable foundation. Today, it continues to invest the time, resources and people to help build a better tomorrow in the communities it serves. Fifth Third Bank is also committed to increasing the financial literacy of people living in the communities it serves. With that in mind, the bank has developed financial empowerment programs that provide access to the information and tools that contribute to good financial decisions.