Left Hand Brewing Co-Founder Eric Wallace delivered well-received keynote address
Begun in 2005, NFIB/Colorado’s Small Business Day at the Capitol have now become the must-attend event for members, top state policymakers, and local business legends.
This year’s Small Business Day at the Capitol continued a great tradition with informative meetings and a thoughtful lunch-time keynote address by Eric Wallace, co-founder of Left Hand Brewing, who followed on the heels of equally well-received presentations by Jake Jabs in 2016 and Keegan Gerhard in 2015.
In the eight-minute video below, Wallace took a few moments after his address to discuss how he started his business and the importance of small business to every community in the nation. Also, in the video, NFIB members Bo Shaffer, Craig Cheatham, and Jim Noon remark on the value of NFIB membership, on who really pays for tax increases and more regulations, and on the hope for tax reform and the difficulties in dealing with Obamacare.
Check this website regularly for the date of next year’s Small Business Day at the Capitol. The more members who attend, the louder we speak as small-business owners, and the better our message is heard and remembered during the cut-and-thrust of law- and rule-making. The day is also a wonderful way to meet fellow small-business owners, exchange war stories, and have a delightful lunch with a business legend.
You can read and watch videos of past Small Business Days at these links: