Let policymakers know how government directly impacts your business.
On Wednesday, April 5, NFIB small-business owners will be heading to the state Capitol to speak directly with legislative leaders about how government impacts their companies. We begin at 8 a.m., sharing breakfast with Sen. Scott Wagner, an NFIB member, and owner of two businesses, including Penn Waste in York County. Then from 9 a.m. to noon at the Capitol, we meet with House Speaker, Sen. Mike Turzai, and visit the offices of Governor Tom Wolf and Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman. NFIB members may also arrange a personal meeting with their own elected House and Senate members.
The kickoff for lobbying day takes place the night before, Tuesday, April 4, with our Small Business Day Dinner at the Hilton. Our nationally known speaker is Kimberley Strassel, of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board. Strassel, who is based in Washington, D.C., has a long-running and popular column called Potomac Watch. She will reflect on the flurry of activity in Washington, D.C. since President Trump took office. The cost for dinner is $65, and the Hilton has set a special $159 rate for NFIB members.
If you would like to attend both events go to NFIB.com/PASmallBiz, or if you can only attend the lobby day, please contact Suzanne Stoltenberg at NFIB Pennsylvania. She can be reached at [email protected] or call 717-232-8582 x1.