You Are Urgently Needed on February 9

Date: January 23, 2017

The more small-business owners who attend, the louder we speak, and the better our message is remembered.

 
Your day at the Capitol is coming up. It’s supremely important you attend.

Every lawmaker in Olympia claims to be a friend of small business—until it’s time to vote on bills vital to the operation of your enterprise when many can’t be counted on to be your true friend.

Why is this?

Because out of sight is out of mind.

NFIB’s Small Business Days at the Capitol were designed to make the small-business message heard loud and clear–and to have it remembered for the entire session of the Legislature. This is your opportunity to hear from – and talk directly to – the legislators making the laws your businesses must operate under. It’s also a great way to meet fellow small-business owners.

Register now.
The cost to attend is $25 for NFIB members, $30 for non-members and guests until January 16. Register here, where you’ll also find out further information. For any questions you may have, send an email to Grassroots Manager Stacy Jenkins, or call her at 1-866-307-2846.

Check out the five-minute video below on the importance of NFIB’s Small Business Day at the Capitol.


NFIB/Washington Small Business Day at the Capitol
Thursday, February 9, 2017
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Town Place Suites by Marriott
900 Capitol Way South
Olympia

 
 

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“As a small-business owner and NFIB member, I am looking forward to spending time with fellow owners during this legislative lobbying day. We need more small-business owners in the Legislature, but for those who don’t have time to run, these annual Small Business Days at the Capitol are vital for making our voices heard.”– Sen. Guy Palumbo

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“This is the year for small-business owners to really be engaged in Olympia. We’ve been inundated with ballot measures and local laws making it even harder to run our businesses. And that’s just the start. There’s a massive effort coming in the Legislature to identify ‘additional revenue sources,’ which we know will be aimed at small businesses. Entrepreneurs need to be aware of what’s happening, and what they can do to help turn things around. There is power in unity. Participating in NFIB and its Small Business Day is a great way to bring job creators together and really make an impact on our state’s decision-makers. I hope to see you there on February 9.” — Rep. Andrew Barkis, NFIB member

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