John Kabateck, Executive Director of
the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) owners in California, is
scheduled to speak at the September 17 meeting of the Temecula Valley
Republican Women’s Federation (TVRWF). The
luncheon meeting will be held at the popular Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula.
luncheon reservations, contact Ginny Aronson-Hoke at 951-246-7074 or email@example.com. Cost of the lunch is $20.00
with the TVRWF business meeting beginning at 11:00 a.m. and Kabateck speaking
at noon. Check in begins at 10:45 a.m.
Federation is a national organization that supports business owners across the
country. Their plea to Washington is to “stop spending and balance the budget.”
They also advocate a national budget that adheres to basic economic principles.
“Your business can’t operate without a budget and neither can Washington.”
NFIB has been cited by the media as being the “voice of small business in
Recently, the NFIB successfully
challenged the Individual Healthcare Mandate of Obama Care and is the only
organization to challenge the new healthcare law before the U.S. Supreme Court.
They were also successful in supporting
legislation to extend the 2001 federal tax cuts through 2012. During the 2010 election, the NFIB’s Trust
and Political Team helped send more small business owners to Congress than at
any time in history.
A recognized expert on business
regulation and taxation policy, Kabateck has served as Executive Director of
California’s NFIB office for seven years. Prior to joining NFIB, Kabateck
served as Governor Schwarzenegger’s Director of External Affairs – managing an
extensive statewide staff in five regional cities.
Before joining the Governor’s
Office, Kabateck was vice president of the California Restaurant
Association. He also served as Special
Assistant to the Secretary of the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency
in Governor Pete Wilson’s administration.
Kabateck is a graduate of the
University of California, and he lives with his family in Sacramento. He serves
his community as a founding director of the Feed the Hungry Program at his
schedules its monthly meeting on the third Tuesday of each month at Wilson
Creek Winery at 35960 Rancho California Road in Temecula. Guests are welcome
and encouraged to attend. For more information on TVRWF, access their website