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Jane Robinson (Glenn Dietzel Assistant)'s profile photo
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Chris Makell's profile photo
Stephanie Miles's profile photo
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(847) 990-7909
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(312) 372-7076
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20 S. Clark, Suite 500 Chicago, IL 60603
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The Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC) was established to give small business owners, their employees and those with whom they conduct business with a voice in local, state and federal politics. The SBAC is a non-partisan 501 (c) (6) not-for-profit political organization, whose goal is to advance the causes important to small businesses.
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The Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC) was established to give small business owners, their employees and those with whom they conduct business with a voice in local, state and federal politics. The SBAC is a non-partisan 501 (c) (6) not-for-profit political organization, whose goal is to advance the causes important to small businesses.

Additionally, the group seeks to strongly support our members by providing networking, advertising and promotional opportunities that will sustain those that care enough to stand with small business and hard-working Americans.
Among our priorities, the SBAC will:

 

  • Bring small business owners, their employees and hard-working Americans together for the purpose of forming a powerful and cohesive advocacy group
  • Promote and support leaders that prioritize the needs of council's members and understand the urgency of the issues facing small business owners, their employees and folks struggling in the currently difficult economic climate
  • Support legislation and governmental action favorable to small business owners, their employees and those with whom we do business
  • Support members through referrals and by providing the public with incentives for doing business with their local members. This will keep money and jobs in our local communities