An America Built To Last!

On January 31, 2012, in Washington DC the One Year Anniversary, by Admin. White House Businesses

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The Obama Administration has taken steps
to accelerate small business growth

WASHINGTON, DC – President Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, a bipartisan bill that enacts many of the President’s proposals to encourage startups and support our nation’s small businesses.

The President believes that our small businesses and startups are driving the recovery and job creation. That’s why he put forward a number of specific ways to encourage small business and startup investment in the American Jobs Act last fall, and worked with members on both sides of the aisle to sign these common-sense measures into law. The JOBS Act will allow Main Street small businesses and high-growth enterprises to raise capital from investors more efficiently, allowing small and young firms across the country to grow and hire faster.

President Obama Signed The Small Business JOBS Act


Additionally, the White House Businesses understands the Startup America Legislation and that is why we created low cost advertising to aid in the rebuilding of An America That Is Built To Last.

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With over 500 million visitors and growing, our mission is to promote a positive business image for the business owner throughout the nation. When a business runs an advertisement, the motive is to display the benefits of purchasing the products and services that the advertiser provides. Whether the message is lower prices, better locations, or even the sponsorship of a local sports team, the goal of advertising with us is to promote a positive image of your company to a powerful audience.

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