Rep. Chad Nimmer of the 178th District has been recognized as a 10-year member of the National Federation of Independent Business, Georgia’s leading small-business association, and for his work on behalf of Georgia’s small businesses while serving in the legislature.
“Small business is the engine that drives Georgia’s economy, and, as a small-business owner, Rep. Nimmer understands that,” said Nathan Humphrey, state director of NFIB. “It’s one thing for small-business owners to speak up about the issues affecting them, their employees, and their families, but Rep. Nimmer is trying to change things from the inside.”
Rep. Nimmer was also recently appointed Chairman of the House Small Business Development Committee, which will work on legislation impacting Georgia’s small businesses and industry.
During his time serving in the legislature, Rep. Nimmer 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 Chairman Nimmer for everything he has done in the General Assembly and for being a member of NFIB. We look forward to working with him and his committee to help Georgia’s small businesses.”