New Jersey Small Business Applauds Reopening Businesses to 50%

Date: March 16, 2021

NFIB, the National Federation of Independent Business, or the leading small business association in New Jersey with thousands of members in the state, including restaurants, gyms/fitness centers, hair and nail services, recreational and amusement facilities, applauds Governor Phil Murphy’s decision to allow these establishments to operate at 50% capacity beginning March 19.  The following statement is from NFIB’s New Jersey State Director Eileen Kean:



“We are very appreciative that Governor Murphy has finally agreed to allow businesses another important reopening step.  Small business owners are appreciate that the Governor is confident in these steps because the data certainly supports expanded capacity. So many of our New Jersey small business owners are barely making ends meet, so every reopening step is financially significant. Hopefully the next step to fully reopen isn’t far away.”

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