Small Business Group Sponsors Filmmaking Contest

A Washington-based small business advocacy group is hosting a contest for filmmakers, including aspiring ones, who answer the question "Why does small business work for America?" in a 30-second video clip.

The winner gets $5,000 in cash and a paid trip to Washington for the National Federation of Independent Business's Small Business Summit June 8-11.

This year's speakers at the event include Meg Whitman, former president and CEO of eBay, and former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow.

After the association reviews entries, the clips will be posted on the NFIB YouTube channel where viewers can rate them. Entries are due by May 15. More details on the "Small Business Works for America" contest are available online.

By Sharon McLoone |  April 16, 2008; 11:57 AM ET Calendar Events
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