2015 Legislative Priorities

The EVCCA Advocates For Sound Principles of Economic Competitiveness
  • Regulations and policies must promote economic growth and prosperity.
  • Government must operate efficiently to maximize service.
  • Government rules should enhance safety while not being overly burdensome.
  • Tax policy must enhance the business environment to promote job growth, diversification and business expansion.
  • An educated workforce directly impacts business attraction and retention.
  • Infrastructure improvements are critical to growth and competitiveness.
  • Arizona’s image impacts business.

2015 Legislative Priorities
  • Fair regulation that promotes free-market competition.
  • Well-balanced tax reform.
  • Strategic study of long-term transportation funding.
  • Simplified funding for school systems.
  • Reforms to Arizona’s initiative processes.
And The Nominees Are…

Nominees for 2015 Businessman of the Year:
Tim Bricker, Dignity Health - Mercy Gilbert Medical Center
Andrew John, John's Refrigeration
JW Rayhons, Rayhons Financial Solutions
Ralph Willett, Ralph Willett CPA
​Tony Yantos, Wal-mart at SanTan Village

Nominees for 2015 Businesswoman of the Year:
Jasmine Holmes, 910 West
Elaine Kessler, Elaine Kessler Photography
Joan Krueger, Remax Solutions
Alissa O'Neil, Paradise Bakery & Cafe
Shanna Tingom, Edward Jones Investments
Stacey Waddell, 20 Volume Salon and Spa

We are excited to welcome Pearl Chang Esau as our guest speaker at this special luncheon. Pearl currently serves as the President/CEO of Expect More Arizona.

Celebrate all nominees on Wednesday, January 28th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Click here for details and registration.