Posted on May 17, 2012 in Media

Businesswomen from every part of House District 82 rally around Magar.

Today, the MaryLynn Magar for State Representative Campaign announced their Businesswoman Coalition. The Coalition will assist MaryLynn with voter contact and volunteering. As a mother, wife and small business owner, MaryLynn continues to demonstrate her ability to connect with every type of voter. Because of her strong community record, many local citizens are rallying behind her campaign. MaryLynn is committed to reducing the cumbersome bureaucratic regulations that are plaguing small businesses.

“MaryLynn is the smart choice for every small business owner,” said local realtor Nancy Connor. “Being part of the industry that was hit hardest by the recession, I want to make sure we send pro-business individuals to our state’s capital. We need someone who will promote an economic climate in which we all can thrive.”

“I am overwhelmed by the support of these impressive leaders from our businesses and neighborhoods,” said MaryLynn Magar. “When I see so many strong conservative women rallying around our campaign, I am energized to be their voice in Tallahassee.”

The members of the coalition include:

  • Holly Pratt – Holly Reith Catering in Palm Beach County
  • Nancy Connor – Realtor® with Premier Properties of South Florida located in Jupiter
  • Audrey Lafollette – Founder and Owner of Lafollette Parties – a small business operating out of Jupiter Farms and servicing Palm Beach and Martin Counties
  • Cindy LaConte- Office/Finance Manager at Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce
  • Angie Sherlock – Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer at American National Bank in Hobe Sound
  • Elizabeth Phillips – Independent Health, Wellness and Fitness Professional operating out of West Palm Beach
  • Emilia Eliseo – Self-employed Independent Translator/Interpreter in West Palm Beach
  • Ibis Harrison – Foreign Language teacher at All Saints Catholic School in Jupiter
  • Joyce Ruggeri – Senior Staff Accountant at Proctor, Crook and Crowder CPA in Martin County
  • Karen Thomas – Executive Vice President at Practical Business Solutions in Jupiter

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