Jack Faris

Jack Faris is the president and CEO of NFIB, the nation’s largest small business advocacy organization. Faris has led the NFIB since 1992, drawing on the unique experience of growing up in his family’s service station business and for 12 years owning his own small business. His background includes business and politics, having served as campaign finance director for Lamar Alexander in his 1978 gubernatorial campaign, and from 1978 to 1981, as executive director of the Republican National Finance committee.
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Jim and Jack talk about the NFIB summit, who will be there and what small businesses will gain from it. They also talk about what the NFIB is doing for small business in Washington, D.C.
Jack talks with Jim about the struggle small business has keeping the government from making laws that harm us, and what the NFIB is doing about it. Jim has been a member of the NFIB for a long time, and encourages small business owners to check out the outstanding job they are doing on a national as well as state level. The NFIB is ranked as the third most effective lobbying group in ALL of Washington.