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NFIB President & CEO Set to Visit El Paso on May 7

Date: April 08, 2014

Join NFIB President & CEO Dan Danner for his only stop in Texas on May 7 in El Paso. Our luncheon will be hosted with our partner, the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Details: 

Wednesday, May 7th – 11:30 to 1:30 a.m.

The Wyndham Hotel

2014 Airway Blvd – El Paso, Texas - # 915- 778-4241

NFIB President and CEO Dan Danner is making the rounds across the country to visit small business owners in advance of this year’s critical elections and report on NFIB’s latest victories and challenges. There’s a lot going on in our nation’s Capitol. As one of the most respected advocates on the Hill, Danner will give you the inside scoop on:

Healthcare:

1) The direct and indirect costs of Obamacare on small business

2) NFIB’s next steps on the health care front

Over Regulation:

1) The threat of agency regulation – 3,200 regulations are currently in the pipeline, 1/3 of which directly impact small business

2) The uncertainty small business feel because of the executive branch rewriting the nation’s laws

Tax reform:

1) What the threat of expired tax provisions means to your small business

2) Future tax reform – ensuring it treats small businesses equally and fairly

Elections:

1) Who we’re endorsing and why

2) What the November elections mean for you and your business

For a complete agenda, click here. 

Save the Date & Register Today

The cost for this event is $30 per person. Please RSVP to Terri Reed at treed@ephcc.org or 915-566-4066.

Prepayment is preferred, but you can also pay at the door via check or cash. Make checks payable to NFIB/Texas.

 

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