Monday, April 19, 2010

NSBA Update on White House Briefing

Dear Small-Business Advocate,

Last week, the National Small Business Association (NSBA) invited you to attend the 2010 Washington Presentation in Washington, D.C. on May 26 - 27. This annual event provides small-business owners the opportunity to meet with lawmakers, network with other small-business owners, and hear from policy experts. As an attendee, you will participate in events such as the Congressional Breakfast, the announcement of the winner of the 2010 Lewis I. Shattuck Small Business Advocate of the Year Award, the Washington Presentation Reception with key hill staffers and members of the media, and critical issue briefings from policy experts.

NSBA members also will get the opportunity to attend a high-level White House Briefing. Though we are grateful that the White House will be hosting a small-business issue briefing during NSBA's Annual Washington Presentation, we would like to clarify that the briefing is open to all NSBA members, not simply those participating in the balance of the conference. The conference registration fee is designed to cover meals, facilities, and the administration of the event and is in no way tied to participation in the White House briefing. Any member wishing to attend this briefing alone should register with Rosa Wright at or 202-293-8830.

If you are interested in registering for the entire Washington Presentation event, please click here.

I look forward to seeing you in D.C.!


Todd O. McCracken, President
National Small Business Association

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