All Pro Security and Bringhurst Process Service understand that small, local businesses provide opportunities to create meaningful jobs and foster local economies, as well as support our neighborhoods and communities. Small businesses empower many people, including women and minorities, to achieve financial success and independence. This is true in big cities and rural areas. No matter where you live or conduct business, know that we value the relationships we have with those we serve and those that serve us.
Over 1200 alums of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program urged leaders to pass relief for small businesses, who are still facing unprecedented challenges from the pandemic. Our owner, Bob Conner participated in the signing of an open letter to Congress that ran in The Washington Post recently.
A portion of this letter:
We are America’s small businesses. We are the foundation of our local communities. We are builders, manufacturers, restaurant owners and more. We run the coffee shops, the cleaners, the corner stores. We are Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. We never stop working and we need the same from you.
Our message is clear: return to Washington and pass relief for America’s small businesses.
Our future depends on you…We take great pride in the important role we play in America’s economy. All we want is to keep doing our jobs.
All Pro Security and Bringhurst Process Service will continue to support small, local businesses, in many other ways, especially during these uncertain times. We encourage you to do the same. This is easy to do while we continue to social distance: Call in and take-out meals from local restaurants. Buy gift cards for future purchases. Give positive reviews online. Supporting small businesses in our community helps all of us in the long run.
Contact All Pro Security to inquire about providing security for your business, home, or loved ones throughout Utah and in Mesa, Arizona.
Contact Bringhurst Process Service to inquire about serving your legal documents within the State of Utah.
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