US Rep. Frank Guinta to launch "Getting Granite Staters Back to Work" initiative w/events next Tuesday & Thursday

U.S. Representative Frank Guinta will launch a major multi-day initiative next week called “Getting Granite Staters Back to Work,” a partnership with small business owners, people looking for work, and their Congressman.

It begins with a Seacoast Business Roundtable in Tuesday 4/26, followed by a visit to district job creators, with stops in Dover, Portsmouth and Londonderry. 

Guinta’s office sent a survey to 1,000+ small business owners, asking what things Washington should – and shouldn’t – do to help them expand and hire more employees. The survey results will be announced at the Small Business Owners Roundtable meeting on 4/28.

“Getting Granite Staters Back to Work” will conclude with two jobs fairs to be held in the district in May.  (Times, dates and locations to be announced soon.)

Tuesday, April 26

8:30 a.m.  Seacoast Business Roundtable   Small Business Development Center

                                                                        18 South Main Street, Rochester, NH

12:00 p.m.  HiRel Systems Plant                  140 Crosby Road, Dover

                        (Note: photo restrictions are required inside the plant)          

1:30 p.m.  High Liner Foods                       1 High Liner Avenue, Portsmouth, NH                     

 4:00 p.m.  Wire Belt Factory                       154 Harvey Road, Londonderry, NH

                        (Note: photo restrictions are required inside the plant)          

Thursday, April 28

10:00 a.m. Small Business Owners Roundtable   Rep. Guinta’s District Office

                                                                                    33 Lowell Street, Manchester, NH