November Speak Out
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Wednesday, November 20th 5:30-8pm
Speak Out and let your voices be heard! That’s what this month’s meeting promises to do. NAWBO Public Policy is inviting all of the New Mexico legislators to our meeting so that our woman owned small businesses can talk to them about issues affecting our profitability and success. Specifically, there are three positions that we will be talking to them about: Taxation, Economic Development and Procurement Transparency. Download to read more about the positions.
As we open the meeting, we will have some of our members talk about how the current state of affairs has negatively impacted their businesses and how the proposed changes can greatly benefit small businesses. Then the legislators will rotate from table to table so we can talk to them about the issues.
An additional benefit of this event is that it offers all our members and guests the opportunity to meet our legislators. When they hear from the small business community and realize how their actions at the capital affect us, they are more likely to take that into consideration when they are writing and voting on rules, regulations and laws for the state of New Mexico.
There is power in numbers and this is one meeting you don’t want to miss!
Location: Sheraton Uptown Hotel, Albuquerque, NM
Cost: Members $33 and guests $38.
Members please Member Reservation Link click here to make an advanced reservation.
Non members please Nonmember Reservation Linkclick here for advance reservation and prepayment.
After you RSVP, you have the option to continue and pay in advance.
Advance reservations are due by 5:00 p.m. on the Monday before the meetings. RSVPs received after the deadline, walk-ins and no-shows will be charged an additional $5.
If you need to cancel an advance registration, you must notify NAWBO by 5PM on the Monday prior to the meeting. No shows are responsible for paying for their advanced reservation and will be billed within 1 week after the meeting date.
Individual Contributor: David Bruner-UBS