Senator Stabenow Continues Small Business Tour in Three Rivers

Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Last weekend, U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow continued her Michigan small business tour in Three Rivers. Senator Stabenow toured MVB Improvements, Parker Jewelers and PinUp Salon. After last weekend’s stops Senator Stabenow’s tour has visited over 80 small businesses in Michigan.

“The community in Three Rivers truly knows the definition of hard work and it is clear the focus here is on empowering small business,” said Senator Stabenow. “It is truly inspiring to talk to those who have invested their own time, capital and ideas into making their businesses and their community successful.”

“It was a great honor to have Senator Stabenow visit our local businesses, especially Historic Downtown Three Rivers,” said Darrell Parker, Owner of Parker Jewelers. “Three Rivers has a lot to offer and it means a great deal to me for her to offer her time and recognize the hard work that I and my associates are putting into the store and my community.”


“It’s so great that Senator Stabenow is taking an interest in small businesses like mine,” said Danielle Hinman, Owner of PinUp Salon. “It was a pleasure having her at PinUp!’”


Senator Stabenow has been a strong advocate for small businesses, cutting taxes and increasing access to capital for entrepreneurs to help them expand and create jobs. As a senior member of the Finance Committee, Senator Stabenow led the effort last year to extend important tax cuts for manufacturers, startups, and other small businesses. She introduced the Small Business Access to Capital Act of 2015 to help small businesses access the capital they need to grow and create jobs.