Protecting America’s Path to Economic Recovery


America’s Job Creators for a Strong Recovery is a coalition representing small- and family-owned businesses and corporations that believe tax increases on America’s job creators would stall post-COVID economic recovery and counteract the economic benefits of smart infrastructure spending.

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What We’re Fighting For

America’s Job Creators for a Strong Recovery is working to:

  • Preserve the 2017 pro-growth tax reforms.
  • Prevent damaging new tax hikes that would be imposed on all American businesses – job creators – to fund massive increases in government spending unrelated to real infrastructure like roads and bridges.

Our Approach:

  • Create an anti-tax environment by highlighting the impact of tax increases on small- and family-owned businesses post-COVID.
  • Encourage Members of Congress to protect Main Street businesses in their home districts from job-killing tax hikes.

Our Priority:

  • Defeat the Biden-Pelosi-Schumer $3.5 trillion tax-and-spend reconciliation bill, while encouraging Congress to pass smart infrastructure.


The record tax hikes that Democrats are seeking to ram through could not come at a worse time for America’s job creators who are just beginning to recover from a crippling pandemic. Employers support smart infrastructure to ensure America’s 21st century competitiveness, but it shouldn’t be used as a Trojan Horse to enact record high taxes on America’s individually and family-owned businesses.

Eric Hoplin, CEO, National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors

The pandemic has taxed individually and family-owned businesses enough–taxing them again while they are still struggling to recover just goes too far. These tax hikes would put the path of the recovery at such risk, so we need to make sure the voice of Main Street is heard loud and clear with the people and places that matter most.

Chris Smith, Executive Director, Main Street Employers Coalition

Our members

  • American Forest & Paper Association
  • American Hotel and Lodging Association
  • American Rental Association
  • American Supply Association
  • Associated Builders and Contractors
  • Association for Hose and Accessories Distribution (NAHAD)
  • Auto Care Association
  • Brick Industry Association
  • Ceramic Tile Distributors Association
  • Foodservice Equipment Distributors Association (FEDA)
  • Heating, Air-conditioning, & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI)
  • Independent Bakers Association
  • Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC)
  • Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America
  • International Dairy Foods Association
  • International Foodservice Distributors Association
  • International Franchise Association
  • Main Street Employers Coalition
  • Material Handling Equipment Distributors

  • National Association of Electrical Distributors
  • National Association of Professional Insurance Agents
  • National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers
  • National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors
  • National Electrical Contractors Association 
  • National Fastener Distributors Association
  • National Grocers Association
  • National Ready Mixed Concrete Association
  • National Waste & Recycling Association
  • Pet Industry Distributors Association
  • Petroleum Equipment Institute
  • S-Corp Association
  • Security Hardware Distributors Association
  • Textile Care Allied Trades Association
  • The Fertilizer Institute
  • Truck Renting and Leasing Association
  • WASDA – Water and Sewer Distributors of America 
  • Wholesale Florist & Florist Supplier Association
  • Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America