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NTMA Akron Chapter To Present Details About Obama Care and How It Affects Small Business Owners
Scott Klonowski, of MY1HR, Presents The Real Impact of Obama Care
Akron, Ohio (April 15, 2013) — On Thursday, April 18, 5:30PM, at Rosemont Country Club, Scott Klonowski, CEO of My1HR, is presenting the details of how Obama Care will impact small business owners. Klonowski will discuss, at Rosemont Country Club, the most current aspects of the implementation of Obama Care and the exchanges and penalties that small businesses must be prepared for at the start of the healthcare program on January 1, 2014.
“We are very pleased to be able to sponsor this presentation for the local business owners,” says Steve Schler, President of the Akron Chapter of the National Tooling and Machining Association (NTMA), “and hope that businesses will take advantage of attending this event.”
The NTMA’s Akron Chapter sponsors a Speaker’s Series hosting speakers such as Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic, Ohio Governor John Kasich, Ohio House of Representatives 97th District Dave Hall, and Washington D.C. lobbyists who present to local business owners.
“One of the NTMA’s responsibilities is to represent and speak for the interests of the small- and medium-sized manufacturers among policymakers, says Schler. We continuously meet with state legislatures and Federal agencies, to fight for fair trade, and against unfair competition and harmful legislation,” adds Schler.
Rosemont Country Club is located at 3777 Rosemont Blvd, Fairlawn. The cost to attend this event is $30 for NTMA association members and $35 for non-members. Appetizers and dinner are included in the attendance fee. Please call and RSVP to Kristen Reitz at 216.264.2845 by Wednesday, April 17.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL TOOLING AND MACHINING ASSOCIATION: The NTMA Akron Chapter is a local non-profit trade association, organized in 1965, and today represents 33 member companies from the greater Akron area including: 1) machining and tooling firms, 2) suppliers to the industry, and 3) educational institutions. The NTMA Akron Chapter is recognized as the industry’s official voice with customers, government and the public for the greater Akron’s member companies.
On a national level, NTMA is organized into nearly 50 local chapters throughout the country. NTMA is the national association representing the precision custom manufacturing industry, which employs more than 440,000 skilled workers in the United States. Its mission is to help members of the U.S. precision custom manufacturing industry achieve business success in a global economy through advocacy, advice, networking, information, programs and services. Many NTMA members are privately owned small businesses, yet the industry generates sales in excess of $40 billion a year. NTMA's nearly 1,300 member companies design and manufacture special tools, dies, jigs, fixtures, gages, special machines and precision-machined parts. Some firms specialize in experimental research and development work.
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