Thursday, September 17, 2009

Buzzards Bay Brewing Falls Victim to Bay State Business Climate

A popular microbrewery in Westport has fallen victim to the Bay State Business Climate. That’s according to an article in today’s Standard Times. Owner Bill Russell told the newspaper, “The greatest challenges facing the company were ongoing difficulties with distribution and a business climate in Massachusetts that is not friendly to small entrepreneurs.”

The Democrats on Beacon Hill are making it harder and harder for small business to flourish in Massachusetts. Not only are entrepreneurs being forced to close their doors, but potential small business owners are being dissuaded from coming here because of the poor business principles our state lives by.

From high taxes to strict regulation, Massachusetts entrepreneurs across the board say the Bay State is simply not an attractive option for small businesses.
Small businesses drive our economy and its time Beacon Hill Democrats recognize their contributions to Massachusetts.

Click here to see what else Russell had to say.