The Week That Was -- May 25, 2012

May 25, 2012

Here are the most widely read FreeEnterprise.com stories for the week ending May 25:

Ed Rensi Gives a Small Business Call to Arms – Entrepreneur and former McDonald’s CEO Ed Rensi says small businesses are being strangled by layers of regulations at all levels of government.        

Veteran Will Rock with KISS as New Roadie – Gene Simmons of famous band KISS hired military veteran Paul Jordan to work on tour this summer as a part of the Chamber’s Hiring our Heroes program.

DREAM Big Small Business Award Winner: Heritage Homes – Heritage Homes of Fargo, North Dakota, took home the DREAM Big Small Business of the Year Award at this year’s America’s Small Business Summit.

Small Business Owners Take Capitol Hill By Storm – Hundreds of small business owners participating in America’s Small Business Summit visited Capitol Hill to personally voice their concerns about the economy to their elected officials.

Vaynerchuck: Get on Social Media or ‘You’re in Big Trouble’ – Entrepreneur and social media fanatic Gary Vaynerchuk told small business owners that if they aren’t using social media, they’re “in big trouble.”

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