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Small business futures discussed

January 19, 2012
The Town Crier
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Mark Dunham, representing the National Federation of Independent Businesses, spoke to members of the Rotary Club of Austintown at their weekly meeting. He mentioned that NFIB started in 1947 to protect the interests of small businesses, averaging seven to eight employees. The group has about 400,000 members nationwide now, including local businessmen. Dunham's group works based on surveys of members, and keeping members informed on current legislation and how their representatives voted on state and national level. They are non-partisan, looking out for the benefit of free enterprise. Pictured is Austintown Rotary President Deanna Spirko presenting Dunham with a certificate and the book that will be donated in his honor at the Woodside Elementary School library as part of Rotary's emphasis on literacy.
 
 
 

 

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