Maloney Wants to Hear Directly from Hudson Valley Businesses

Asks businesses to participate in district-wide survey

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney believes that small business growth is vital to get Americans back to work and grow our economy, so Tuesday, June 4, he launched a district-wide initiative to engage businesses across the Hudson Valley. Maloney has invited local businesses to participate in an online survey that asks Hudson Valley businesses about the challenges they face and what initiatives they believe will help them grow and hire more workers.

“After I left the Clinton White House I built my own business, creating hundreds of good New York jobs. I know how difficult running a business can be, and I will partner with my neighbors to help them grow, create jobs and strengthen our communities,” said Maloney.

Maloney’s office will be working closely with business owners to distribute the survey throughout June and July. Businesses can click here to fill out the online survey or they can print the survey and return it to Maloney’s office. Businesses are also encouraged to contact his office for any assistance with a federal government agency.

In addition to meeting directly with small business owners and hosting a series of Congress at Your Company events with large and small employers in the Hudson Valley, Maloney has met with local chambers of commerce and economic development leaders.


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