Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) May 30, 2010
Senator Martin J. Golden appeared at a private function in Borough Park, Brooklyn this past Thursday night to promote community growth, development and the power of locally-owned businesses. The event, held at independent appliance retailer AJ Madison, brought together influential members of the Borough Park community for a brief discussion on the importance of businesses in the Brooklyn community.
A Brooklyn resident and former small business owner, Senator Golden has years of hands-on experience "Marty continues to stand behind our community's needs," said Michael Gross, CEO and owner of AJ Madison. "He understands the struggles of business owners." After a small reception, Gross and Golden spoke to the rest of the crowd about their concerns for the future of local business.
"New York State is doing everything they can to cripple local business," expressed a local grocer.
Senator Golden explicitly stated his faith in the community, as well as a much-needed change in Albany. "We want to keep the business where it is, and not have to move to [places elsewhere like] Hoboken," the senator stated.
After an hour of drinks and discussion, the event concluded and the crowd dispersed after much discussion and deliberation over the future of Brooklyn businesses.
About Martin Golden:
Senator Martin Golden assumed office of the State Senator from the 22nd district in 2003. A Brooklyn native, Senator Golden previously represented District 43 in the New York City Council for four years, and served as a member of the New York City Police Department for a decade. He is a former small business owner in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
About AJ Madison:
AJ Madison offers some of the lowest prices available online and at their showroom in Brooklyn. They offer six ways to pay for home appliances online including financing through an AJ Madison preferred account, PayPal, eBillme, Bill Me Later, Google Checkout and all major credit cards. For more information, call 800-570-3355 or visit http://www.ajmadison.com/.
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