ICYMI: FOX Business: Major Small Business Group Unveils Ad Buy Slamming Tax Hikes

Date: August 08, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Aug. 8, 2022) – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)the nation’s leading small business advocacy organization, recently launched a national paid advertising effort featuring targeted videos in key states promoting America’s small businesses as the “backbone” of our economy, while urging members of Congress to vote against any new taxes on small businesses. FOX Business covered the campaign launch with a new story.

FOX Business reports

“The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) will unveil a nationwide ad campaign next week urging members of Congress to vote down small business tax hikes

The NFIB’s campaign will consist of a video ad titled ‘Backbone, which lays out the importance of U.S. small businesses for the economy and local communities. The ad will initially be shown in Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, Montana, and West Virginia beginning Monday and have a large focus on television, according to the group.

‘Small businesses are the backbone of our economy,’ NFIB president Brad Close said in a statement shared with FOX Business. ‘Small businesses weathered the pandemic and government shutdowns, but now, some members of Congress are supporting new taxes on small businesses to pay for increased government spending, while misleadingly characterizing them as ‘tax loopholes.’”

Read the full FOX Business story here: https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/major-small-business-group-unveils-significantly-large-ad-buy-slamming-tax-hikes-amid-reconciliation-fight

Watch the new NFIB ad “Backbone” here.

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