What You Do Best

As much of the east coast recovers from a devastating storm, we at NFIB hope that you and your families are safe and sound. In the coming days, I know that the small-business community will be doing what you always do: lending a hand, staying strong and leading your communities through difficult times.

If your business was impacted, and it is time to navigate the insurance claims process, there is information on the NFIB website that we hope you will find helpful.

There are certain things that no one does better than small business – like innovation and job creation. But, most of all, your unique role in this country is one of leadership. You are the foundation of your communities, and we are reminded of that when disaster strikes.

Your leadership will also be critical between now and Tuesday’s election. No one is more aware than you of what’s at stake on Election Day. As you look forward to casting your vote, remember that you are not alone. Millions of other small-business owners will be joining you, making the voice of small business one that really counts in this election.

Make sure your neighbors, families and employees know how important it is to exercise their right to vote. Talk to them about the issues that impact your business. Your leadership matters, your vote matters, and I believe that Tuesday could be a big day for small business.

 

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About Dan Danner

Donald A. "Dan" Danner was named president and CEO of the National Federation of Independent Business, the nation's leading small business association, in February, 2009. Danner is only the sixth president in the history of the organization. Before rising to the top spot, Danner was executive vice president, overseeing NFIB's federal and state public policy and political activities as well as the organization's three 501 (c) 3 operations: the Research Foundation, Small Business Legal Center and the Young Entrepreneur Foundation. He came to NFIB in 1993 as vice president of the NFIB Education Foundation (now known as the Young Entrepreneur Foundation) and was named vice president of federal public policy in 1995. Previously, he was chief of staff to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce. Danner also worked in the White House Office of Public Liaison, where he was special assistant to the president and deputy director of the department. Before joining the White House staff, Danner was an executive with Armco Inc., a steel manufacturing company. He held leadership positions in sales and marketing, as well as state and federal lobbying on issues such as energy, environment, taxes and trade. He also served four years as vice president of federal relations at George Mason University. A native of Middletown, Ohio, Danner holds an MBA degree from Xavier University and an electrical engineering degree from Purdue University.
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