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No NYC Love For Walmart

NEW YORK - Three members of Small Business United submitted testimony during New York City Council's hearing, "When Walmart Comes to Town." The hearing explored the possible affects of Walmart on local business.

The three businesses testifying were Anthony Valenti from Kraupner's Pharmacy, Leni Juca from Oxium Copy Center, and Carlos Bustamante from EZ Tax Services of New York. The diverse nature of the businesses represented reflects the way all small business stands to be affected should Walmart come to town. 

Their testimonies can be accessed 
HERE


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