Job Creators Network Releases New Podcast Called “Main Street Matters” on Salem Podcast Network
Washington DC – Today, Job Creators Network launched a new podcast called “Main Street Matters” on Salem Podcast Network. The podcast features America’s small businesses and the challenges and opportunities they face. Main Street Matters will be America’s small business megaphone.
The podcast will air twice a week and include interviews with entrepreneurs and public policy leaders who will give small businesses the attention and support they deserve. It will showcase stories of small businesses fighting back against big government policies to achieve the American Dream.
The podcast will be cohosted by Alfredo Ortiz, president and CEO of Job Creators Network, and Elaine Parker, president of Job Creators Network Foundation. Listen to Main Street Matters at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, YouTube, or at SalemPodcastNetwork.com.
Alfredo Ortiz, president and CEO of Job Creators Network:
“Job Creators Network is proud to partner with Salem to launch this important podcast. Main Street Matters will elevate the concerns of small business job creators and promote the positive American vision of entrepreneurship. This small business message is needed now to counter big government narratives and policies.”
Elaine Parker, president of Job Creators Network Foundation:
“Small businesses are the backbone of the American economy, yet they are under constant pressure from bad government policy. Job Creators Network is excited to tell their stories in the new podcast, Main Street Matters, to build public support for policies that help them flourish. We are excited to partner with Salem, the premiere audio distribution channel of conservative thought.”
Phil Boyce, Salem Senior Vice President of Spoken Word:
“We are so happy to add a podcast to our lineup that talks to small business owners and entrepreneurs — the lifeblood of the economy. Alfredo and Elaine are two of the best voices out there in this space and will be able to help so many people grow and succeed.”