The Government Contractors Association is GROWING!

FT LAUDERDALE, FL – 09-15-2017 (Press Release Jet) — The Government Contractors Association (GCA) is proud to announce the launch of two new chapters in the state of Florida.  Ellen Engle, CEO & lead trainer of Elevate, saw the vision of GCA’s founder, Abraham Xiong, and decided it was the perfect collaboration for her organization to educate, facilitate, and advocate for small business owners in Florida.  The two came together after Ellen enrolled and completed 1:1 government contracting coaching classes by Abraham.  After her successful implementation of the lessons, her business has soared into winning multiple government contracts each month.

Now the Elevate team will lead the effort in having GCA locations in North and South Florida.  The first GCA-FL chapter will be located in Jacksonville, FL and will be managed by Kyle.  The second GCA-FL location will be in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, managed by Tony.  Floridian business owners will now have a place to be coached to success in winning their own government contracts. 

For more information on the GCA-Florida chapters, visit

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Government Contractors Association
Full Name: Myra Cisse
Phone: 404-955-8080
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