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Your Day in Olympia Is February 26

Date: February 18, 2014

Annual Small Business Day at the Capitol

NFIB/Washington urges its members to make every effort to attend the annual Small Business Day at the Capitol on Wednesday, February 26. 

This year’s event costs $25 per person, which includes materials, lunch, and transportation to the Capitol. Reserve now and bring along a fellow small-business owner. Click here for a registration form that has more information and the fax number you can send it back to, and here for a listing of the day's speakers. Questions? NFIB Member Support Manager Stacy Jenkins can answer them by email or by calling her at 866-307-2846.

NFIB Small Business Day at the Capitol
Wednesday, February 26
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
NFIB/Washington Headquarters
711 Capitol Way S.
Olympia

Every major poll shows small-business owners the most highly regarded group in America, and every elected official claims to be your friend. So how come this doesn’t translate into better legislation and laws for Main Street enterprises? Because out of sight is out of mind.

During the cut and thrust of legislative activity, even lawmakers who should know better can fall victim to the persuasion of the supremely well-funded lobbying machines of trial lawyers, big labor, and advocates for bigger and bigger government—while small-business owners must attend fulltime to the running of their enterprises. To help blunt the force of big money, NFIB hosts annual Small Business Days at the Capitol, and the more members who attend, the louder we speak, and the less our message is forgotten.

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