Stay Connected with NSBA

July 13, 2011

In an effort to broaden our reach and keep you up-to-date on happenings on Capitol Hill or the latest economic trends, NSBA has developed group pages on  Facebook  and  LinkedIn . You can join both pages and get the most current updates from NSBA, many of these updates are shared exclusively with these groups first.

In addition to providing you with the latest updates, NSBA offers our small-business members the opportunity to talk with reporters on a myriad of topics. You can join the NSBA Media Advocate Program to receive NSBA Reporter Inquiries that could land you on a local newspaper or even a national TV news program. Click here to sign up as a media advocate.

To see some of the latest NSBA media mentions, please click here.

If talking to reporters and participating in social media isn’t for you, don’t forget about NSBA’s Action Center. Writing to your elected officials is one of the best ways to have your voice heard on the critical issues facing small businesses today. NSBA makes it easy by providing a form letter you can edit and send to your Senators and Representative in under five minutes. The NSBA Action Center also provides a very detailedCongressional Directory where you can find staff lists and contact information for your Members of Congress.