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Upcoming SBAC Events

 

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Elliot Richardson interviewed LIVE on the Norman Goldman Show

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SBAC in the Media

Small Businesses Skeptical Over Jobs Bill

SBAC member Scott Bartmess interviewed on CBS News about jobs bill.
The American Jobs Act put forth by President Obama offers many incentives to small businesses and corporations, but as Cynthia Bowers reports, some business owners feel it's not enough.

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Media Kit

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SBAC Promotional Video

Members of the Small Business Advocacy Council are interviewed about how joining the SBAC has helped their business and what the benefits of membership are. The interviews took place at one of the SBAC's monthly happy hours in downtown Chicago that feature over 100 business owners and executives networking and doing business with one another.

SBAC Springfield Meeting Highlighted In TribLocal

April 18th, 2011
May and Small Business Advocacy Council Meet in Springfield
By Karen May Community Member
State Rep. Karen May (D-Highland Park) welcomed members of the Small Business Advocacy Council to Springfield on Tuesday.
The Small Business Advocacy Council located in Northfield works with businesses and employees to advocate on their behalf to legislators both at the state and federal level. The organization was in Springfield in part to work on behalf of May’s Health Care Cooperative legislation, House Bill 3236, which May recently passed out of the House by a vote of 100-5 and it is working its way through the Senate.
To view the article on TribLocal go to: May and Small Business Advocacy Council Meet in Springfield

 

State Rep. Karen May (center) meets with members of the Small Business Advocacy Council in the House Gallery. Pictured (from left to right) are Eric Quintanilla, Christina Granfield, Elliott Richardson, Sharon Saunders, May, Thomas Castillo, Blanca CamposState Rep. Karen May (center) meets with members of the Small Business Advocacy Council in the House Gallery. Pictured (from left to right) are Eric Quintanilla, Christina Granfield, Elliott Richardson, Sharon Saunders, May, Thomas Castillo, Blanca Campos