State Director and NFIB Member Appear on BBC Global Radio to Debate $15 Minimum Wage

Date: January 21, 2021

VA retail store owner helps listeners understand small business perspective

Last night Virginia State Director Nicole Riley and NFIB member Tina Miller, who owns Walkabout Outfitter shops in the state with her husband, appeared on BBC’s Business Matters radio program which airs internationally. The topic was to discuss a $15 minimum wage which is part of President Biden’s stimulus proposal, and how that might impact small businesses. Offering a different perspective on the program was a representative who advocates for workers.

You can listen to the segment at this link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p094msv9

NFIB not only advocates for our members in the state Capitol but also makes sure our message gets out to the public through the media. Thank you to our members who have alerted us to your concerns so we are aware of them. And, we also appreciate those members who are willing to speak out publicly on those issues.

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