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The company, which has been in existence since 1977, has worked with large organizations to enhance employee performance. It accomplished this by planning group travel incentives, as well as aiding companies in making their meetings more productive.

Having spanned the globe since its inception, the company experienced decades of success and growth. However, a global economic decline was just one reason why the owner and president decided to file for Chapter 7 protection this month. In the bankruptcy filing, the owner listed assets of$128,076 and liabilities of $4.2 million.

As with other Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, the company is expected to produce a plan to liquidate itself in the near future.

Whether you are in individual interested in bankruptcy or own your business, contact a San Antonio Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer from theMalaise Law Group who can offer assistance, legal resources and compassion during this difficult financial time in your life.