Omega & LA Galaxy will recognize one Los Angeles or Orange County-based small business each month to support employees, customers, and communities.

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Omega Accounting Solutions, an accounting and data firm that empowers small businesses to make informed business decisions, has announced the “Small Business Star Power” contest. Part of the firm’s multi-year partnership agreement with the LA Galaxy, the campaign celebrates local small businesses that go above and beyond to help employees, customers, and communities thrive.

Omega and the LA Galaxy recognize that small businesses drive the U.S. economy, making up 99.9% of companies with 500 employees or fewer.

In recognition of these hard-working economic leaders, the organizations are collaborating on the “Small Business Star Power” campaign, encouraging OC and LA County Galaxy soccer fans to either nominate themselves (if they are small business owners) or their favorite small business for recognition in community impact or contributions.

“For over 15 years, we have been Southern California’s small business champion, helping clients navigate accounting, business intelligence, and tax credits,” said Jay Woods, president & CEO of Omega Accounting Solutions.

“The Star Power campaign further enhances our commitment to helping local businesses succeed and grow. We are excited about this opportunity to give back to the community, supporting the small businesses that make Los Angeles and Orange County great places to live.”

During the months of June through October one, small businesses will be selected each month and will be honored as Small Business of the Month at an LA Galaxy home game with special signage, announcements, and a VIP attendee experience that includes four home game tickets, game day recognition of their business, social media promotion, LA Galaxy merchandise, and a free Omega tax credit business consultation.

To nominate a local small business or contest eligibility requirements, visit

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