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Entry Title Date
Make It In America July 22, 2014
John Garamendi, D-CA
"I didn’t know this existed in the Small Business Administration, but they have a voucher program that a small business that wants to connect to one of the national laboratories or one of the universities can get a voucher that is worth a certain amount of money, take it down to the laboratory, and begin to work with the laboratory on transferring technology to that business."
Nist Reauthorization Act Of 2014 July 22, 2014
Larry Bucshon, R-IN
"In my State of Indiana, Purdue University serves as the MEP of our region. Clabber Girl, a small business I visited in the Eighth District of Indiana, is a prime example of the important impact MEPs have on our economy. This manufacturer of baking powder, baking soda, and cornstarch has utilized Purdue University’s Technical Assistance Program, which has assisted over 12,000 organizations and trained over 26,000 employees since 1986."
Statements On Introduced Bills And Joint Resolutions July 22, 2014
Carl Levin, D-MI
"Rubber Technologies of Coleman, Michigan, recycles tires to create premium recycled products such as playground surfacing and rubber mats. The Intermediary Lending Program loan they received will help strengthen their business, allowing them to add equipment and retain 12 jobs. Roaming Harvest, a small business in Traverse City, Michigan, started out as a food truck and now thanks to a loan from the Intermediary Pilot program has opened a cafe featuring local food, retaining two jobs and creating two new jobs."
Recognizing Wild Touch Taxidermy June 26, 2014
Jim Risch, R-ID
"Today, I would like to recognize one such U.S. small business that has experienced growth in revenues and employment because they have pursued exporting opportunities across the globe. Wild Touch Taxidermy in Meridian, ID, a small business dedicated to quality products, has achieved an outstanding reputation both domestically and overseas."
Recognizing The Contributions Of Jason Lambert June 23, 2014
Alan Grayson, D-FL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today in honor of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, to recognize Jason Lambert. Jason has been a small business owner in downtown Orlando for over ten years and has been involved with local politics and community fundraising since 2004. He has owned bars and restaurants in downtown Orlando, Thornton Park, and Ivanhoe Village, which, for over a decade, has enabled him to host fundraising and special events."

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