Lt. Gov. Hochul, Kaminsky, Recognize National Women's Small Business Month in Lynbrook

Written by Long Island News & PR  |  03. November 2016

Lynbrook, NY - October 31, 2016 - Today, Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul and Senator Todd Kaminsky met women small business owners and toured downtown Lynbrook in recognition of National Women’s Small Business Month.  They toured the businesses with Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce President Linda Stephenson.

Photo Credit: Office of Senator Todd Kaminsky.

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul said: “As the daughter of a woman small business owner, I know the sacrifices that come along with starting and running your own business. ‎Female entrepreneurs play a crucial role in Lynbrook and in communities across New York State. Governor Cuomo and I will continue to work with our partners in Albany like Sen. Todd Kaminsky to decrease regulatory burdens and remove barriers so more business owners are able to follow their passions while creating jobs and spurring the local economy.”

“Small businesses are the fabric and the backbone of our communities,” said Senator Kaminsky. “It was a pleasure to visit with some of Lynbrook’s women business owners and speak to them about their experiences and daily challenges that they face.  I am committed to working with Governor Cuomo and Lt. Governor Hochul to provide expanded opportunities to women-owned businesses, and thank the Lt. Governor for visiting Lynbrook today.”

Photo Credit: Office of Senator Todd Kaminsky.

“When you shop locally and keep the money in your community you strengthen your local economy, support community groups like little league, you keep your community unique, provides jobs and you receive great service for being a loyal customer,” said Linda Stephenson, President of the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce.

Photo Credit: Office of Senator Todd Kaminsky.

Lt. Govenor Hochul and Senator Kaminsky visited women-owned businesses A la Carte and Doughology, and also stopped by Mur-lee’s, which will celebrate their 70th anniversary next month.

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