NH House Business Coalition: Announcement of Third Presidential Business Roundtable Event

NH House Business Coalition, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
Sponsor Business Roundtable Event

CONCORD—The New Hampshire House Business Coalition will host Presidential candidate Rick Santorum for the third in a series of Business Roundtable events with the candidates on Wednesday, October 12, 2011.

“We want to provide a vehicle for employers to learn more about the candidates’ specific ideas for improving the business climate and economy in America. The New Hampshire House Business Coalition strives to continually maintain a dialogue between the legislature and employers so we can pass good legislation that promotes private sector job creation and expansion of the economy. It’s important to know how these Presidential candidates plan to address these same issues for our country,” said New Hampshire House Business Coalition Chair, Rep. Laurie Sanborn.

The roundtable will take place at the NHTI Sweeney Auditorium in Concord and is co-sponsored by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and Ian’s Wicked Good Donuts.  Registration and coffee begins at 8:00am, and the event will be from 8:15–9:30am. The event is free but RSVPs are required.

Business Roundtable events were held this summer with presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul.  The New Hampshire House Business Coalition will be scheduling additional Business Roundtables in the fall.

For more information, or to RSVP, please contact Rep. Sanborn at repsanborn@gmail.com.

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The New Hampshire House Business Coalition is a non-partisan group of current NH House members, focused on evaluating and supporting legislation to promote job creation through strong, responsible business growth and success.  Since their inception in January, the group has grown to over 100 members and has successfully helped pass over 30 pro-business bills in the NH House.  The New Hampshire House Business Coalition is chaired by Rep. Laurie Sanborn, of Henniker, and Rep. Brian J. X. Murphy of Rye and Tom Keane of Bow serve as co-vice chairs.