Small business owners from West Virginia and across the country visited Capitol Hill this week as part of the 2022 NFIB Fly-In.
The event, the first in-person fly-in since before the COVID-19 pandemic, allowed NFIB members to learn more about what’s happening in the nation’s capital and speak out about the issues affecting them, their employees, and their families.
NFIB Leadership Council Chairman Christian Marsh met with Rep. Alex Mooney and Rep. Carol Miller to discuss a host of issues including the need for tax relief and sensible regulations.
Thank you @RepAlexMooney and @RepCarolMiller for making time to talk to @NFIB #WestVirginia Leadership Council Chairman Christian Marsh during this week’s #NFIBFlyIn22 & thank you for all you do to help #SmallBusiness in the Mountain State! pic.twitter.com/rGSOsI1XBv
— NFIB West Virginia (@NFIBWV) June 17, 2022
“We truly appreciate Representative Mooney and Representative Miller for sitting down with us to talk about the issues that truly matter to Main Street businesses in the Mountain State,” NFIB State Director Gil White said.