Fed-Up: Small Biz Advocacy Roundtable
Does your small business suffer from the overreach of the federal government? Have you experienced the burden of unnecessary red tape with federal regulations? If so, we want to hear from you. Monday, May 14th we will be hosting small business roundtable discussions with Bruce LeVell, Region 4 Advocate for the US Small Business Administration. His job is to talk to small businesses (employing 100 or fewer workers) and take their concerns back to Washington. In addition, representatives from US Senator David Perdue and Congressman Austin Scott’s office will be in attendance at both sessions. This is your chance to voice your concerns and provide feedback that will assist the Office of Advocacy in voicing the region’s small business concerns before the White House, federal agencies, and Congress. The Fed- Up: Small Biz Advocacy Round Table is sponsored by James-Bates-Brannan-Groover LLP.
TWO SESSIONS AVAILABLE
MONDAY, MAY 14TH | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PMREGISTER FOR 1PM SESSION
MONDAY, MAY 14TH | 3:00 PM – 4:30 PMREGISTER FOR 3PM SESSION
ABOUT BRUCE LEVELL
Appointed by President Donald Trump, Bruce LeVell brings over 25 years of experience as a successful business owner and Region 4 Advocate for the U.S. SBA Office of Advocacy. He has operated and developed a retail and real estate company, both of which received SBA loans. For seven years, he served as the chairman of operations at the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). LeVell is currently based in the SBA’s Region 4 Office in Atlanta.