NFIB Holds Legislative Roundtable in Albany

Date: October 20, 2021

NFIB partnered with the Community Bankers Association on Oct. 7 to host a legislative roundtable in Albany. The event was catered by Pearly’s Famous Country Cooking, an NFIB member business.

NFIB Georgia Grassroots Manager Hunter Loggins (left), NFIB State Director Nathan Humphrey, state Rep. Bill Yearta, Banking and Finance Commissioner Kevin Hagler, House Small Business Committee Chairman Mike Cheokas, Rep. Darlene Taylor, and Lori Godfrey of the Community Bankers Association.


“It was a great meeting,” NFIB State Director Nathan Humphrey said. “We had a great turnout, and we talked about a host of issues important to the region’s job creators, including small business lending and Georgia’s labor shortage.”

If you’re interested in hosting or attending an NFIB event in the future, contact Grassroots Manager Hunter Loggins at [email protected].


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