(PRWEB) August 20, 2004
Sensible Internet Solutions (http://www.sensible-internet-solutions.com) is pleased to announce that Owner and Founder Sean M. Hopper is to become an Honorary Chairman on the Business Advisory Council.(http://www.businessadvisorycouncil.org)
"I was quite honored and surprised to receive the call from the NRCC and Congressman Reynolds. Sensible Internet Solutions has always been about providing "Common Sense" small business and organizational solutions. Small businesses learned long ago that working smarter, not neccessarily harder could allow even the smallest organization to accomplish as much or more than some of their larger competitors. With roughly 80% of all businesses being catagorized as "Small" we see this as an outstanding opportunity to convey this approach to Washington." Mr. Hopper said in a prepared statement.
What is the Business Advisory Council?
The Business Advisory Council is a small, prestigious group of conservative businessmen and women, who have joined with the NRCC to advocate a progressive, conservative, pro-business agenda. The Business Advisory Council allows for these individuals to pool their expertise and know-how to bring some common business sense to Washington.
The role of Honorary Chairman:
We have a unique opportunity to forge a new and dynamic alliance between the Republican leadership and the small business community. The Business Advisory Council and our Chairmen are crucial to the success of that initiative. Honorary Chairmen are clearly the key, first step in this process.(From the Business Advisory Council Website.)
About Sensible Internet Solutions:
Sensible Internet Solutions is an On-line small business and organizational consulting firm based in North East Ohio. They provide small businesses and organizations with a myriad of cost effective solutions from Accounting, Tax, and Financial Consulting to Webhosting, Website Developement, and Technology Solutions. To visit them on-line: http://www.sensible-internet-solutions.com
To learn more about the Business Advisory Council visit their website at: http://www.businessadvisorycouncil.org