Minster Business Owner Buschur Named NFIB/Ohio Small Business Champion

Date: January 27, 2015

National Federation of Independent Business/Ohio the state’s leading small business association, named Jack
Buschur, owner of Buschur Electric in Minster, the recipient of the 2014 Small
Business Champion award. Buschur has been an active member of NFIB for 35 years
and is a current member of the NFIB/Ohio statewide Leadership Council. In
addition, Buschur was a founding member and the first chairman of the group’s Shelby/Auglaize
Area Action Council during his long tenure.

Buschur has served on the NFIB/Ohio Leadership Council for the past three years
and has also remained chair of the organization’s Shelby/Auglaize Area Action
Council.  He has also attended many of
the NFIB/Ohio Small Business Days at the Capitol in Columbus and been very
supportive of the group’s political programs. 
Most recently he was one of the lead members in the state in helping
achieve the passage of House Bill 5 in the Ohio General Assembly in 2014, which
reformed Ohio’s municipal income tax system.

recognition of Jack Buschur is truly deserved. 
It would be hard to find a more dedicated individual to the small
business community. Jack’s support of his fellow small-business owners over the
course of his time on the NFIB/Ohio Leadership Council is truly appreciated by
his fellow 25,000 members in NFIB,” said Vice President/Executive Director of
NFIB/Ohio Roger R. Geiger.

year, NFIB/Ohio names a Small Business Champion from among its membership of more
than 25,000 Ohio small businesses. This individual not only gives of his/her
time and resources to promote small-business causes through involvement in NFIB
activities, but also he/she must demonstrate a spirit of service toward the
community and a commitment to advancing the concept of free enterprise.

is really an honor to be selected as the 2014 NFIB/Ohio Small Business Champion
from all of the 25,000 small business members in the State of Ohio. As a member
of the NFIB/Ohio Leadership Council, I have personally seen the commitment of
the business owners and it  has been a
real eye opening experience for me and has helped me to understand why Ohio has
the largest number of NFIB members in the Country,” said Buschur.

was a great organization to work with on the passage of House Bill 5 in
2014.  They were true leaders in the
effort to reform Ohio’s municipal income tax code and I was really pleased to
be able to work with them to get it done. 
I look forward to serving on the NFIB/Ohio Leadership Council and
representing my fellow members as we continue to move Ohio down a path of
economic prosperity,” he continued.

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