15% on the 15th—Press Event Calling for Tax Cuts Now

Featuring Small Business Owners, Steve Moore, U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, JCN CEO and President Alfredo Ortiz
Press ReleaseSeptember 8, 2017

Atlanta—Today, the Job Creators Network (JCN) announces a tax cuts press event happening in Washington, D.C. on Friday, September 15th. The event is scheduled to begin at 9:30 AM on the steps of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) building at 1111 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20224 (Rain Location: First Amendment Lounge at the National Press Club). The event is the culmination of a nationwide tax cuts bus tour and part of a larger tax cuts campaign recently launched by JCN.

Who: Job Creators Network, Political Leaders, and Small Business Owners
What:
Tax Cuts Now Press Event
Where:
IRS Building at 1111 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20224
When:
Friday, September 15th at 9:30 AM
Why:
Pressure Congress to Pass Tax Cuts Now

The Washington, D.C. press event will bring together small business owners and political leaders from across the country. Some of these leaders will include Steve Moore, Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Heritage Foundation and former Editorial Board Member of the Wall Street Journal, Representative Bill Johnson of Ohio, and Alfredo Ortiz, JCN President and CEO. They—along with a variety of small business owners—will be speaking about the benefits tax cuts will have on small businesses and hardworking taxpayers, as well as the economic growth it will foster.

View pictures of the Tax Cuts Now Bus that will be at the event here.

The broader JCN tax cuts campaign consists of aggressive media engagement, an advertisement blitz on television, radio, print, and digital platforms, and the devoted tax cuts website, TaxCutsNow.com—which gives visitors the opportunity to voice their support for tax cuts to their elected representative.

Read the press release for the entire Tax Cuts Now campaign here.

Alfredo Ortiz, JCN President and CEO, released the following statement:

American small businesses and the hardworking taxpayers that rely on them are hurting. These are the entrepreneurs responsible for two-thirds of all new job creation in the country and they have been struggling under one of the highest tax rates in the developed world for years—it’s time for that to come to an end. The event on the steps of the IRS shines a spotlight on the tax struggles our small business owners have been experiencing just blocks away from where our country’s laws are written—ensuring that our elected representatives in Washington internalize their struggle and pass significant tax cuts for these hardworking entrepreneurs.