|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||Contact: Jordan Cunningham
|July 19, 2016||Phone: 805.391.7474|
Cunningham Finds Common Threads In Local Business Tour
Templeton, CA— The first week of Jordan Cunningham’s Central Coast Local Business Tour has concluded. Last week, the candidate for Assembly announced that he would be visiting 50 local businesses in 50 days and asking every owner “What is one thing the state could be doing to help your business grow?”
The five businesses visited by Cunningham included:
- Advanced Biomedical Repair– Calibrates and repairs medical diagnostics equipment.
- Templeton Feed & Grain– Has manufactured and sold feed and grain for 70 years.
- UA Local 114 Pipefitters & Plumbers, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 413– Provides training for thousands of skilled tradesmen and business owners.
- iFixit– With a goal to allow people to fix their own electronic devices, iFixit has become a local success story that provides numerous tech jobs to local college students and graduates.
- Papich Construction Inc.– Locally started construction company that now has 6 offices in California and does projects all over the Central Coast.
While touring local facilities, Cunningham met with business owners from a wide array of industries and companies both new and old. Regardless of the company, these initial discussions had one common denominator: overregulation.
With a consistent flow of new fees for business owners, which create additional costs to consumers, and the continuation of redundant laws and unaccountable government agencies, the message is clear. Politicians are fine with discouraging valuable leaders of our economy from expanding their operations and creating more jobs.
As a lifelong resident of the Central Coast and co-founder of Cunningham Law Group, Jordan developed the plan for this tour when the Diablo Canyon Power Plant closure was made public. Cunningham is a former Deputy District Attorney, a husband and father of four, a Templeton Unified Trustee, and the former President of the Central Coast Taxpayers Association.
To learn more about Jordan Cunningham’s campaign for Assembly, visit:www.JordanCunningham.org.