The SEC has changed those rules - you should look into them. I think that you have to go through a accredited site to raise funds - but that may help you as well.
Other then that, you might be able to say something like your company has filed with the SEC under reg d or what ever regulation - that will let accredited investors know what you are about.
---Business Money Today - Small Business Loans
General solicitation for investors is currently illegal (SEC soon to change), but I don't fully understand the specifics. For example, the local newspaper is soon doing a story about me and my company and I'm wondering if there is anything I could have the reporter include that let readers know I'm looking for accredited angel investors?
I assume the article can't say something direct like "so and so is now seeking accredited angel investors", right? If not, then any suggestions on what can be said that would let readers know?
In regards, to the new SEC ruling that I think goes into effect on Sept 10, does anyone know what can be said in such a newspaper article without having to file with the SEC?