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Could you use $5,000 to help your small business? Of course, you could—what small business owner doesn’t need more money? The good news is, in honor of Small Business Month, Pinger, a company I enjoy working with, wants to give one U.S. small business owner $5,000.

The Index by Pinger Small Business Sweepstakes is running through May 31st, and one of you could win $5,000.

It’s easy to enter. Just briefly describe your business and explain—in one sentence—what you would do if you won the $5,000.

Index by Pinger’s goal is “to help small businesses succeed by helping them communicate more clearly, quickly, and efficiently with customers.” And one of the aspects of this sweepstakes I really love is that it’s aimed at truly small businesses. So if you’re a solopreneur, entrepreneur, or small business owner with five employees or less, you’re eligible to enter the sweepstakes. The winner will be randomly drawn from all eligible entries on June 16, 2023.

Greg Woock, Pinger’s CEO and co-founder, explains why the company is holding the sweepstakes, “Small business owners are hard-working, innovative, and resourceful. They are the backbone of the economy, and we are delighted to help one lucky business owner get some extra cash to invest in their business.”

And after you submit your entry, Index by Pinger says to “keep an eye out for ways to earn additional entries” (five entries per business maximum).

To be eligible for the prize, check out the full details on how to enter and the rules and conditions.

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