Owens Joins Resolution Recognizing National Small Business Week

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Rep. Burgess Owens (UT-04) joined a House Resolution recognizing September 13, 2021, to September 17, 2021, as “National Small Business Week.” 

Celebrated for over 50 years, “National Small Business Week” commemorates Main Street USA’s small, local, and independently owned businesses as the backbone of America.

“Small businesses are the heart and soul of our state’s economy, and Utah is soaring to new heights thanks to their innovation and resiliency during this season of recovery,” said Rep. Owens. “I’m proud to honor small businesses in every corner of the Beehive State as they continue playing an integral role in rebuilding America’s economy.” 

The “National Small Business Week” resolution can be found here.

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