SMALL BUSINESS SEEKING BIG CHANGE FROM PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS

Date: July 15, 2015

SMALL BUSINESS SEEKING BIG CHANGE FROM PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS

DES MOINES (July 16, 2015): As Presidential candidates
canvas Iowa, the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) is
applauding its members for hosting forums where small business issues can be
highlighted in hopes of seeing positive change at the federal level at the
conclusion of the Obama administration.

 

“Hamburg Inn #2 has been an NFIB member for 24 years and
they know just as well as the rest of the tens of thousands of members of NFIB
in Iowa how burdensome federal regulations can be for those simply trying to
successfully operate their business on a day to day basis,” said NFIB Iowa
State Director, Kristin Failor. “We are afforded a great opportunity as one of
the battle ground states to deliver a message directly to those that may soon
be impacting federal policy that the state’s largest employer, small business,
is craving radical change at the national level.”

 

Today marks a stop on Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee’s
“Huckabee Huddle.” It will take place at the Hamburg Inn #2, a staple in Iowa
caucus culture and a location visited by many past Presidents and candidates.

 

“The most important thing the small business community can
do is take these opportunities to discuss what their concerns are with these
candidates. We see many anti-business policies creeping across the country and
while we may not be plagued by them in Iowa, things like paid leave and
astronomical increases to minimum wage are issues we expect our next President,
whomever that may be, to address through the lens of a small business owner,” concluded
Failor.

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