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Talk to the Governor From Your Desk, Dec. 11

Date: December 04, 2013

One of the great values from membership in NFIB is the opportunity to meet with and talk directly to the top state and federal policymakers whose decisions affect the operation of your enterprise.

Another such opportunity is coming up Wednesday, December 11, at 11 a.m., when Gov. Susana Martinez will be participating in a live teleforum with NFIB members.

Free. No Reservations Required.

Here’s the best part: You don’t have to do a thing, other than be at your desk. NFIB is phoning all of its 1,500 New Mexico members directly that morning and inviting them to join.

Not sure you’ll be in your office when the call comes to join Gov. Martinez, but would still like to participate? We can take care of that. Just call 1-877-353-4701 to dial in at any time.

The governor will be speaking exclusively to NFIB members on the latest issues coming out of Santa Fe, including health care, the budget and other issues affecting small business. Additionally, she will be taking questions from NFIB members.

Click here for a handy flyer about the teleconference. For more information about this free teleconference, call NFIB Member Support Manager Anthony Smith at 1-866-237-5261 or send him an email.

State and federal officials love the opportunity to meet and talk with NFIB members, because they know their association has been the true voice of small business for more than 70 years. We hope you can participate in the December 11 teleforum and look forward to presenting you future ones. The teleconference is being conducted in partnership with CenturyLink. Click its logo below to learn more about it


 
 

 

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