Rep. Paul Gosar Announces Business Roundtables in San Tan Valley and Gold Canyon

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Paul Gosar, D.D.S (AZ-04) will hold two business roundtables in Pinal County on Friday, March 8th. There will be a morning roundtable in San Tan Valley followed by an afternoon roundtable in Gold Canyon. These events are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Local business owners, members of state agencies and associations, and representatives of various chambers of commerce will be in attendance. Topics to be covered include tax and regulatory reform, Obamacare, immigration and other issues facing businesses.

FRIDAY, MARCH 8th 2013
SAN TAN VALLEY BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE
TIME: 9:00AM -10:30AM
LOCATION: San Tan Valley SRP Service Center, Eagle Conference Room
3735 E. Combs Road
San Tan Valley, AZ  85140

GOLD CANYON BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE
TIME: 2:00PM – 3:30PM
LOCATION: Gold Canyon Golf Resort, Geronimo Room
6100 S Kings Ranch Road
Gold Canyon, AZ  85118

Congressman Gosar remains committed to being open, accessible, and responsive to his constituents.

For more information contact Jim Knupp, Business Liaison and Outreach Coordinator for Rep. Gosar, at Jim.Knupp@mail.house.gov.

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