Taking on Challenges

Meet small business owner and entrepreneur Jim Garland. While Jim’s business originally started as a boat cleaning service with only one employee (himself), his business now cleans and supports corporate aviation departments and employs over 70 workers.

Entrepreneurs like Jim are the backbone of a healthy and vibrant economy. But with thousands of regulations to comply with, entrepreneurs are finding it harder to plan and invest for the future. If we want people like Jim to be able to pursue their dreams and succeed, we need  greater amounts of economic freedom. Watch Jim’s video to find out more!

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