VIDEO: Gov. Scott Visits Mac Papers As Part of “$1 Billion Tax Cut Tour”

By  //  November 12, 2015

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Mac Papers was founded 50 years ago

ABOVE VIDEO: Governor Rick Scott visited Mac Papers in Jacksonville as part of the “$1 Billion Tax Cut Tour.” Founded in Jacksonville 50 years ago, Mac Papers has grown to 22 locations across nine states, and has created jobs for 580 Floridians.

Governor Rick Scott visited Mac Papers in Jacksonville as part of the “$1 Billion Tax Cut Tour.”

Founded in Jacksonville 50 years ago, Mac Papers has grown to 22 locations across nine states, and has created jobs for 580 Floridians.

Governor Scott will make the final stop tomorrow in Panama City. Governor Scott recently announced a $1 billion tax cut package that will grow small businesses and diversify the economy.

Bill Herrle, Florida executive director for the NFIB, said, “What we need to do is contact our legislators, the state House members and particularly the state senators. They need to hear from you, and NFIB will be activating all of our 10,000 members across the state because what the Governor has come up with is one of the most pitch perfect, small business tax cuts I’ve ever seen in my several decades of advocating for small businesses.”

To view the announcement, visit FloridaFirstforJobs.com

ABOVE VIDEO: Bill Herrle, Florida executive director for the NFIB, said, “What we need to do is contact our legislators, the state House members and particularly the state senators. They need to hear from you, and NFIB will be activating all of our 10,000 members across the state because what the Governor has come up with is one of the most pitch perfect, small business tax cuts I’ve ever seen in my several decades of advocating for small businesses.”


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