ORANGE- State Reps. Pam Staneski (R-119) and Charles Ferraro (R-117) attended the 15th Annual Orange Business and Community Expo on June 14th at the High Plains Community Center.
Pam and Charlie visited and networked with over 50 businesses and vendors and asked them how Connecticut can be more business friendly.
Both legislators thanked the Orange Economic Development Corporation and the businesses for coming to the expo and taking the risk of owning their own business.
Rep. Staneski said “I wanted to reiterate to these great local companies that small business is the life bread of a community and we will continue to fight for pro-jobs, pro-growth economy. We are here for them.”
“The Orange Chamber and First Selectman Zeoli work tremendously hard to create a business-friendly environment locally, and we need to take their direction as a state,” said Rep. Ferraro. “Our state’s economy relies on our small business community, and we need to work together with them to find solutions that will help them grow and remain in Connecticut.”