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Tina Majors: Fighting for ...
Tina Majors: Fighting for Small Business in a Big Way
calm, professional manner may belie her
calling - as a watchdog.
She is the first female chairman of the Small Business Council of the State Chamber, the organization that monitors legislative affairs affecting entrepreneurs.
"Over 75 percent of businesses in the U.S. are small businesses," Majors said, "and since the economy has taken a downturn, a lot of small businesses have to recreate themselves."
According to Majors, these owners must have a solid business plan, seek assistance, and choose a good banker to work with in order to survive.
Most importantly, however, is Majors' belief that it is imperative to pay attention to those being elected to office.
"These people decide how we're going to live our lives and what the quality of life will be - not only for businesses, but also families.
Find out how these candidates have voted and what their positions are," said Majors
"The people that we elect work for us and we pay their salary, so we have every right to question what they do and how they do it.
The State Chamber
has a Web site called Prosperity Project with information on how all our legislators voted on issues relating to business.
, who co-owns a real estate business with her husband, Don, has great admiration for people who take the risk of owning a business.
and the State Chamber's
legislative team will be keeping their eye on the government, especially regarding health care and taxes.
NAWBO of Central Oklahoma
Past President - Tina Majors
5804 Columbine Way, Oklahoma City, OK 73142-1809
NAWBO :: Tina Majors
Tina MajorsPresidents Assembly Steering Committee MemberMajors Investments
...Tina MajorsTina Majors
has been an Oklahoma City resident for 34 years, spending the first half of life in Tampa, Florida.She
husband, Don, raised their two sons in Oklahoma City and started Majors Investments in 1987, a commercial real estate development firm, which they operate today.Tina
got involved in the political side of the business community when she
served as Senior Executive Assistant to Oklahoma's Lieutenant Governor Mary Fallin from 1994 to 1999.While serving the Lt.Gov. she
co-coordinated all the business issues and legislation that the Lt.Gov sponsored.Tina
organized The Governor's Small Business Council that was made up of over 300 Oklahoma small business owners and was awarded the Governor's Commendation for service and commitment to the Oklahoma Small Business Community and the State of Oklahoma.Wanting to continue her
service to the state business community, Tina
ran for the state legislature in 2002 and 2004.As a strong supporter of women in business, Tina recently completed her second term as President of NAWBO Central Oklahoma Chapter, making her the only women to serve two separate terms as President, 2003-04 and 2006-07.
Tina MajorsPresident-ElectMajors Construction2202 N.W. 45th StreetOklahoma City, OK 73112Phone: (405) 842-5004Fax: (405) 858-8065
...Tina MajorsImmediate Past PresidentMajors Construction2202 N.W. 45th StreetOklahoma City, OK 73112Phone: (405) 842-5004Fax: (405) 858-8065
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Tina Majors, owner of ...
Tina Majors, owner of Majors Management in Oklahoma City and a National Partner of WIPP, said, "To champion de Rugy's assertion that small businesses make little or no contribution to economic growth is an insult to businesses owners and their employees.