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Dover’s fourth annual Small Business Day returns, giving small business owners a look at how Delaware legislation runs, how it affects business owners and how they can make their voices heard.
The main event takes place at Legislative Hall in the House Majority Hearing Room from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Thurdsay, May 10, and includes a panel of Delaware business lobbyists, including Rick Deadwyler of DuPont, Kim Gomes of The Byrd Group, Lincoln Willis of The Willis Group and Kim Willson of Ruggerio Willson & Associates.
Following the panel, attendees will attend the House Small Business Caucus meeting, chaired by Representatives Quinn Johnson, Daniel Short and Michael Ramone, to hear about legislation in the General Assembly that could impact small businesses.
Tickets are $15 and include lunch.-30-
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