Is Sarah Palin Good for Small Business Owners and Franchises?

August 29, 2008 | By

Sarah Palin fights for small business owners in AlaskaAccording to the Sarah Palin for Governor website, the governor of Alaska is very concerned with small business owners and franchises. She believes that successful small business owners and franchises are critical to our regional economies. Small business owners should be as involved in local politics and regional policies as large corporation executives are. Small businesses and franchises actually employ more workers than large companies do. As Mayor and CEO of the growing city of Wasilla, “my team invited investment and Sarah Palin catches salmon on Biscayne Bay in Alaskaencouraged business growth by eliminating small business inventory taxes, eliminated personal property taxes, reduced real property tax mill levies every year I was in office, reduced fees, and built the infrastructure our businesses needed to grow and prosper” (original content from www.palinforgovernor.com).

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Comments (2)

  1. Jay Taylor

    Interesting article. I do agree that small businesses are an integral part to the economy, and that is why I invest in as many as possible. Recently, I was searching the franchise directory and found numerous companies that I want to invest in.