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NFIB Members Appointed to Small Business for Scott Coalition

Date: July 09, 2014

The Rick Scott for Governor campaign last month announced the Small Business for Scott Coalition, appointing over 100 business owners from across the state to help spread the Governor’s message of job creation and economic improvement. NFIB/Florida Leadership Council Chairman Jerry Pierce was named Chairman of the Coalition.

“I've seen first-hand Governor Scott's strong commitment to free enterprise and getting our economy back on track,” Pierce said. “Having such a vocal advocate of the small business community in the Governor’s Office has no doubt improved the business climate for Florida’s job creators, and I’m thrilled to offer my full support and endorsement of Governor Scott.  I’m proud to lead the ‘Small Business for Scott’ Coalition and help bring Florida’s small business community together to help Governor Scott win.”

NFIB/Florida members in the coalition:

Economy Used Auto Parts, Jack Alsup of Crawfordville
Chemline, James Celeste of Kissimmee
AB Pipe Supply, Enrique    Collazo of Miami
Chipley Gun and Pawn, Zenna Corbin of Chipley
Corbin Automotive, James Corbin of Fernandina Beach
Jac-Pac, Jack Cowart of Newberry
Bill Cramer Chevrolet, William Cramer of Panama City
Florida Fertilizer Company, Keith Davis of Wauchula
Alexander Aviation Associates, Jeff & Jim Graber of Altamonte Springs
Gray Construction, Todd Gray of Trenton
Harley Forest Products, Lori Harley of Lake City
Dog House Deli, Jim Holler of Pensacola
Progressive Power Products, Larry Kates of Jacksonville
Land Dairy, Rod    Land of Mayo
Insurance Fire and Water Restoration, Amy & John Lavender of Fort Myers
Folker's Window Company, Jay Lunt of Pensacola
Mixon Fruit Farms, Jan & Dean Mixon of Bradenton
Sonny's BBQ, Clay Murphy of St. Augustine
Control Specialist Inc, Bruce O'Donoghue of Winter Park
Restaurant Equipment World, Jerry Pierce of Orlando
Redish Insurance Agency, Ricky Redish of Clewiston
Showalter Flying Service, Kim Showalter of Orlando
Piggly Wiggly-Bonifay, David Strickland of Bonifay
Thompson Pump & Manufacturing, Bill Thompson of Port Orange
CPA Gustavo Torres, Gustavo Torres of Kissimmee
Vallencourt Construction Company, Mike Vallencourt of Middleburg
InkTrax, Jerry Walters of Panama City
Old Town Upholstery, Jay Weingart of Old Town
Integra Business Systems, Alan Weissner of Safety Harbor





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