Rep. Ron Stevens of the 164th District has been recognized as a 13-year member of the National Federation of Independent Business, Georgia’s leading small-business association. Rep. Stevens, who owns Quick Rx Drugs in Savannah, has been a member of NFIB since 2004.
“Small business is the engine that drives Georgia’s economy, and, as a small-business owner, Rep. Stevens understands that,” said Nathan Humphrey, state director of NFIB. “It’s refreshing to have small-business owners serving in the legislature that understand the issues affecting them, their employees, and their families.”
While serving in the legislature, Rep. Stevens has earned a 100-percent NFIB voting record, supporting the small-business community by opposing burdensome rules and regulations and supporting legislation that makes it easier for small-business owners to expand and create jobs.”On behalf of our small-business members, I want to thank Rep. Stevens for everything he has done in the General Assembly and for being a member of NFIB,” Humphrey said.
“On behalf of our small-business members, I want to thank Rep. Stevens for everything he has done in the General Assembly and for being a member of NFIB.”