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First Meeting of Bipartisan Caucus Will Set Framework for New Group Focused on Educating Congress on Power of America’s Largest Private Employer, Family Businesses

After many years in development, the newly formed bipartisan Congressional Family Business Caucus kicks off its first meeting on Capitol Hill on February 28.

At the first meeting, several family business executives will be speaking and telling their stories to Representatives Jodey Arrington (R-TX), Brad Schneider (D-IL), Claudia Tenney (R-NY), and Henry Cuellar (D-TX), who serve as caucus co-chairs. It is the first Congressional caucus focused solely on the critical issues facing generationally-owned family businesses of all sizes and industries across the United States.
New Congressional Family Business Caucus Co-Chairs Ready for First Meeting Feb. 28

Among the company executives speaking at the Feb. 28 meeting will be Ryan Rogers, CEO of Mary Kay, Scott Marshall CEO of Marshall Bio Resources and Mike Mitchell CEO of the High Center and former owner of Amelia’s LLC. They will discuss the issues facing family businesses across the country. Companies also attending in support of the caucus are such companies as USI, Chubb, MPI, First Republic Bank, and South Dakota Trust.

The primary mission of the caucus is educating Members of Congress on the importance of America’s family businesses and connecting them with multi-generational family businesses in their districts and home states.
In addition to those attending the meeting, several major associations are in full support of the new caucus, including American Farm Bureau, National Beer Wholesalers Association, National Federation of Independent Business, Winegrape Growers of America, National Restaurant Association, and the American Trucking Associations. The associations have pledged their full support for the new caucus.

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