Congressman Roger Williams

Representing the 25th District of Texas

Congressman Williams Asks TX-25 Small Businesses to Share Their Stories

Dec 6, 2017
Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin), a small business owner and employer for 43 years, announced that he will be sharing the stories of small businesses located throughout the 25th Congressional District of Texas on his Congressional website throughout the month of December to showcase how taxes have impacted their businesses and how the new plan, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, will benefit their business in the years to come.

“The 25th District of Texas is home thousands of small businesses and their employers. As a small business man, I know the feeling of reward, and the emotions of joy and accomplishment that follow hard work and patience. I also know that all these things are accredited to Texas’ unique and conservative economy,” said Rep. Williams. “America’s greatest asset is its workers, and the businessmen and women in this country have often times sacrificed everything in order to pursue their dream of owning a business in a field they’re passionate about. Please join me in recognizing those this month who continue to be the driving force behind our economy.”

For those residents in the 25th Congressional District of Texas who own a small businesses, or know someone who does, Congressman Roger Williams is inviting them to share their success stories with him by submitting photos and stories from their journey. Congressman Williams will be sharing these stories and photos on his official website and Facebook through the month of December.

Please submit your stories and photos by clicking here or emailing TexasCD25@mail.house.gov. Please do not mail the office original photos. Those who are submitting content are asked to include a short description of the business, city in which the business resides, the year it opened, and how tax reform will benefit your business and its workers. Lastly, they are asked to be sure they have permission to share photos and stories before sending.

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