REGISTER NOW! Small Business Day is Tuesday, March 8

Date: February 17, 2016 Last Edit: March 04, 2016

Make your voice heard at the 2016 Small Business Day at the Capitol! 

TUESDAY, MARCH 8

Empire State Plaza, Meeting Room 1, Albany, New York
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Advocate for policies that will help your business grow, and let lawmakers know how proposed laws will impact the future of your business. 

– Meet with lawmakers to voice your concerns
– Learn about the business community’s legislative priorities
– Network with other business owners
– Show the strength of business owners and taxpayers when we join forces
-Visit our ONLINE ACTION CENTER to send pre-written emails and tweets to lawmakers

Agenda

8:00 AM- 9:00 AM   Registration and Continental Breakfast (Meeting Room 1, Empire State Plaza)
9:00 AM-10:15 AM   Keynote Speakers and Presentation of the Issues (Meeting Room 1, Empire State Plaza)
10:15 AM Minimum Wage Reality Check Coalition Press Conference* (LCA Room)
10:30 AM- 2:30 PM  Legislative Meetings (Capitol and LOB)

* All attendees of Small Business Day are encouraged to attend

Keynote Speaker

EJ McMahon, President of the Empire Center for Public Policy

Register Now

This event is free to members and non-members but registration is required. 

Three ways to register: 
1. Email your registration form to Erin DeSantis at erin.desantis@nfib.org. Please include your name and number of people attending and the name and address of your business.  

2. Fax your completed registration form to 518-426-8799. 

3. Mail your registration form to: 
Erin DeSantis
NFIB 
100 State Street, Suite 440
Albany, NY 12207

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