Small Business Owners Launch #NJsmall Movement to Help New Jersey's Economy Recover Faster
#NJsmall encourages NJ's big businesses to spend with NJ's small businesses - and is petitioning Governor Murphy to provide tax incentives for these big businesses
By: The S3 Agency
Recognizing that big businesses are hurting as well, the #NJsmall movement is not asking them to spend more money. It is simply asking them, whenever possible, to reallocate the money that would have gone to out-of-state vendors – and to spend it with NJ small businesses instead. This will help New Jersey rebuild and recover faster because:
"When it comes to economic recovery, small businesses are essential businesses, yet we are bearing the biggest crunch right now," said Blasevick, CEO of The S3 Agency. "And while we appreciate the federal government's relief measures like the Paycheck Protection Program, this aid was only a temporary bandage that was received by a small percentage of businesses in need. That's why we are asking Governor Murphy to incentivize NJ's big businesses to hire #NJsmall – because hiring small is better for all."
Visit NJsmall.com to sign the petition and discover other ways you can help – including donating media space for #NJsmall's "Coming Back Big Starts Small" campaign.
ABOUT #NJsmall's FOUNDERS
The #NJsmall movement was founded by Denise Blasevick and Adam Schnitzler, co-owners of The S3 Agency – a small business based in Boonton, NJ since 2001. The S3 Agency works with some of New Jersey's biggest brands, so they know firsthand how symbiotically successful the big business-small business relationship can be. They also know firsthand how much New Jersey's small businesses are hurting right now. They hope that #NJsmall will help turn that around – with help from everyone in the Garden State, including Governor Murphy.
Maggie Davis, The S3 Agency