Interacting with reporters can be an integral piece of your advocacy efforts. Not only can you spread the word about the key issues facing your business, you can position yourself as an expert with local media. Below are a handful of resources from NSBA to help you get started.
Connect with Local Media
Not yet acquainted with your local media outlets? Click here to find out how to contact them.
Download Template Op-Eds
Below, please find excerpts from a handful of media letters you can access as a member of NSBA. Simply click on the links to learn more and you’re on your way.
Tax Extenders: “Not only has Congress failed to roll up their sleeves and dig into a serious discussion on tax reform, they haven’t even been able to expand some of the most popular and useful tax provisions that help America’s small-business owners.”
Small Business Vote: “We’re fed up by the new normal where elections matter more than progress, where lawmakers think it’s perfectly ok to punt on major issues facing our country, and where our votes have been marginalized to mere numbers on a blue and red map.”
The Deficit: “The U.S. has always been a leader in entrepreneurship, however, if we do not address our record-high national debt and annual budget deficits, our global competitiveness will be stymied.”
Write Your Own Media Letter
Download NSBA’s quick guide on how to write an effective letter to the editor or op/ed.