NFIB’s Annual Day at the Capitol Achieves its Goal

Date: March 04, 2018

Small-business owners meet with top policymakers

NFIB’s annual Small Business Day at the Capitol, once again, accomplished its goal of giving members and other small-business owners the opportunity to hear directly from – and speak directly to – the people making the laws, rules, and regulations their enterprises must operate under.

The reputation NFIB has with the state’s top policymakers gives it a unique ability to put its members in one-on-one contact with administration officials, legislative leaders, and state agency heads.

This year’s event was held February 27 at Beside Bardenay in Boise, where good food and conversation about the issues before the Idaho Legislature enabled members and other small-business owners to get the latest information and visiting officials the ability to gain valuable small-business insights.

As in past years, the reception was hosted jointly by NFIB and the Idaho Retailers Association. NFIB thanks Lt. Gov. Brad Little, legislators, and our members for spending time to compare notes on priority business issues in 2018.

From left to right: Lt. Gov. Brad Little and NFIB Idaho Leadership Council members Matt Schneider of Forward Movement Training and Earl Gilmartin of Commercial Creamery Company
From left to right: Small-business owners Enrique and Stephanie Camarillo with Lt. Gov. Brad Little

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