Jones wins NFIB Oregon Small Business Champion award

Financial planner Chuck Jones makes community involvement his creed

SALEM, OR — Portland small business leader, Chuck Jones, has been named Oregon Small Business Champion of the Year for the second time. The honor was conferred upon him by the Oregon Leadership Council of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). Each year, NFIB singles out a small business owner in all 50 states for special recognition and honors him or her with its prestigious Small Business Champion of the Year award. This is the fifth year the national group has recognized small business owners who go the extra mile for their fellow entrepreneurs.

Chuck’s many years of experience in building and managing his own businesses have benefited his community through his lengthy involvement in many civic and public institutions. It was a Jones-led effort that pushed through Small Business Bill of Rights through the Portland City Council.

For NFIB/Oregon, Chuck serves on its Leadership Council as member of its SAFE Trust political action committee, is a national Leadership Trust member, and testifies, writes letters, and speaks to the media on small business issues. Chuck also received the Eldon Shafer Champion of Small Business Award in 2006 and was included in Outstanding Young Men of America.

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