Braley to meet with small business leaders, discuss job creation
Washington, DC - Congressman Bruce Braley (D-Iowa) will make stops in Dubuque, Clinton and DeWitt on Tuesday. Braley will visit Dubuque to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Hormel's new plant, then meet with small business leaders in Clinton and DeWitt.
On March 18, President Barack Obama signed the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act into law, including Braley's small business tax cut to spur job creation. Braley's provision created a payroll tax cut for small business owners who hire previously unemployed workers.
TUESDAY, March 30
WHAT: Rep. Braley to attend Hormel Food's ribbon-cutting ceremony.
WHEN: 12:00pm CST
WHERE: Hormel Foods, 1205 Chavenelle Court, Dubuque
WHAT: Rep. Braley to meet with women-owned small business leaders in Clinton.
WHEN: 2:00pm CST
WHERE: Sedona Staffing, 2418 Virginia Ave, Suite E, Clinton
WHAT: Rep. Braley to meet with DeWitt small business leaders.
WHEN: 3:30pm CST
WHERE: Total Realty, 700 6th Ave, DeWitt