Join us Feb. 2 for Small Business Day!

Date: January 18, 2016 Last Edit: January 20, 2016

NFIB members will represent small business in Nashville

On Tuesday, Feb. 2, NFIB will be hosting the Tennessee 2016 Small Business Day at the capital.

Register today to join your fellow NFIB members in Nashville for:

  • A political panel covering all the scoop on the 2016 elections and featuring Ward Baker, executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and Sharon Wolff Sussin, NFIB’s political director

  • Talks with House Speaker Beth Harwell and Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey, both of whom are NFIB members

  • An update about what’s on the table for the 2016 legislative session

  • A presentation with NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation Director Molly Young

  • A committee hearing and/or meetings with your representatives

  • A fantastic legislative reception, where you can mix and mingle with other NFIB members and Tennessee legislators

“Small Business Day is NFIB’s most high-profile opportunity for our activists across the state to make their voices heard,” says Jim Brown, NFIB’s Tennessee state director. “We have several important issues on our 2016 agenda, like improving the process for estimating F&E taxes and rolling back the flawed expansion of the state’s Retail Accountability Program.”

Thanks to this year’s sponsors: AT&T, The UPS Store, TitleMax, and the Tennessee Grocers & Convenience Store Association.

Event Details

Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016

Program: 1-4 p.m.

Reception: 4-6 p.m.

Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel

623 Union Street

Nashville, TN 37219

Registration fee: $35

Register here. Space is limited!

Contact Sarah Waters, NFIB/Tennessee’s member support manager, with any questions: 615-872-5331;

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