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Rubio Names Two Sisters New Beginnings as Senate Small Business of the Week

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), Chairman of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, named Two Sisters New Beginnings of Monticello, FL as the U.S. Senate Small Business of the Week.

Rubio released the following video message to congratulate Two Sisters New Beginnings as the Senate Small Business of the Week. A broadcast quality version can be found here.

“As Chairman of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, I am pleased to honor Two Sisters New Beginnings of Monticello, Florida as the Senate Small Business of the Week.”

“Founded in 2013 by sisters Sandra Hood and Pat Marchman, Two Sisters New Beginnings sells antiques and repurposed furniture as well as provides local artists a place to sell their products.”

“Two Sisters New Beginnings has been a long supporter of the community, donating to many local charities and events such as the Teal Magnolias Ladies Golf Tournament which raises awareness about ovarian cancer.”

“Two Sisters New Beginnings is an unparalleled example of how a small business can strengthen and support a community through giving back and by creating dignified work.”

“Congratulations, and I look forward to watching your continued growth and your continued success.”

As Chairman of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Senator Rubio continues the tradition of honoring America’s small businesses and entrepreneurs. The Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship oversees proposed legislation on matters relating to the Small Business Administration and investigates all problems relating to America’s small businesses.

 

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