Your Day at the Capitol is February 4

Date: December 16, 2014

It’s the biggest, small-business event of the year for the entire state, and it’s your opportunity to hear directly from – and talk directly to – Arizona’s top policymakers while they’re trying to pass – or trying to kill – legislation affecting your enterprise.
NFIB/Arizona’s Small Business Day at the Capitol is the most circled event on the calendars of legislators, so join us on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 to make the small-business message resoundingly clear down every hall in the State Capitol.
The cost to attend is $35 per person, which includes the morning program and lunch. All NFIB members, partner organizations members, and guests are welcome to attend. Click here to register online, or here for a sign-up sheet that can be faxed back. For more information, send an email to NFIB Member Support Manager Anthony K. Smith, or call him at 602-263-7690. The deadline to register has been extended to Thursday, January 29.
2015 Small Business Day at the Capitol
Wednesday, February 4
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
House Lawn
Arizona State Capitol
1700 West Washington St.
A story on last year’s Small Business Day can be read here.  NFIB is grateful to the following sponsors for their support:
  • American Rental Association of Arizona
  • Arizona Alarm Association
  • Arizona Association of Accounting and Tax Professionals
  • Arizona Independent Automobile Dealers Association
  • Arizona Landscape Contractors Association
  • Arizona Professional Towing & Recovery Association
  • Arizona Propane Gas Association
  • Arizona Sign Association
  • Arizona Wine Growers Association
  • Automotive Service Association of Arizona
  • Global Chamber
  • Independent Pest Control Operators Council of Arizona
  • Market Freedom Alliance
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Properties Arizona Chapter
  • National Association of Vaping Businesses
  • National Federation of Independent Business/Arizona
  • Small Business Alliance
A very special thank you to 2015 Title Sponsor, Arizona Public Service.

Related Content: Small Business News | Arizona

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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 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 and its partners host annual Small Business Days at the Capitol to remind elected officials of Main Street’s message. The more small-business owners who attend, the louder we speak, and the more our message is remembered.

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