The New Jersey Main Street Alliance (NJMSA) is a statewide coalition of over 1500 New Jersey small business owners working to build a new voice on issues that matter to our businesses and our communities.
NJ Main Street Alliance’s members include both small employers and self-employed business owners, with a diverse representation of business types, race, gender and geography.
New Jersey Citizen Action (NJCA) sponsors NJMSA, providing staff support for the coalition.
You can find out more about NJ Main Street Alliance at their website at http://www.mainstreetalliance.org/new_jersey
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