NFIB/Florida Kicks of Small Business Day With Governor’s Reception

Date: March 10, 2014

NFIB/Florida Kicks of Small Business Day at the Capitol With Governor’s Mansion Reception


Tallahassee, FL. – March 10, 2014—The Florida office of the National Federation of Independent Business released the following statement on the first day of its annual Small Business Days at the Capitol.

Executive Director, Bill Herrle, said Florida’s economy has improved over the past three years in large part because of Governor Rick Scott’s strong support for small business.

“From cutting corporate income tax so four out of five businesses no longer pay it, to reducing annual business filing fees, to pushing for a decrease in the sales tax businesses pay on commercial leases, Governor Scott has shown he is committed to doing everything he can to help businesses grow and succeed in Florida,” Herrle said.

“We are confident Florida's business-friendly climate will continue to strengthen throughout this year and look forward to seeing more businesses move their operations to the Sunshine State." 

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