NAMA's Jan. 19 letter to Joe Biden regarding ERTC restoration

Jan. 19, 2022

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The bipartisan ERTC Reinstatement Act is a direct result of NAMA’s unflagging advocacy for preservation of the tax credit, an effort that in November mobilized more than 100 representatives of the convenience services industry for meetings with members of Congress. During that event, six representatives of NAMA met with Rep. Carol Miller (R-WV), one of the bill's sponsors. Pictured, from left, are Michael Dry of Imperial, Amber Star of G&J Marketing and Sales, Scott Halloran of Trolley House Refreshments, Rep. Carol Miller, Rick Brindle of Mondelez, Patrick Hatcher of Vistar and Eric Dell of NAMA.
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