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Contact Information Florida

Bill Herrle
NFIB/Florida Executive Director

Bill Herrle is Florida executive director for the National Federation of Independent Business, Florida's and the nation's leading small-business advocacy group. Herrle manages NFIB's state operations in Florida to include its lobbying, member support, and statewide political and media functions.

Herrle, who was NFIB/Florida's state director from 1990-2001, rejoined NFIB in March 2007. From 2001-07, he served as vice president of governmental affairs and political action for the Florida Retail Federation, where he lobbied effectively and successfully grew their political efforts.

Herrle is a recognized leader in Tallahassee with a highly impressive track record. Before his work at the Retail Federation and NFIB, Herrle served as communications director for Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects and account manager for Executive Management Services, an association management and lobbying firm.

Herrle is a graduate of Penn State University, where he earned his bachelor's degree in political science.

Other NFIB/Florida Contacts:

Kristen Butler
Communications Director

Tim Nungesser
Legislative Director

Joe Hirabayashi
Administrative Assistant 

Jerry Pierce, owner of Restaurant Equipment World
Leadership Council Chairman

110 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: 850-681-0416
Fax: 850-561-6759



Contact NFIB in Florida


110 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL


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