Atlantic City Business Owner and Casino Contractor Warns of Trump's Business Tactics

Today Main Street Alliance (MSA) released its second political web ad of the cycle, featuring Mike Price of Price Communications in Pleasantville, NJ, an Atlantic City suburb and produced by Dan Preston of Telequest Inc. in Princeton, New Jersey, both members of the Main Street Alliance. 

A poll conducted in September found nearly 60 percent of small business owners siding with Donald Trump. With less than two weeks until Election Day, Price joins fellow small business owner Kelly Conklin, owner of Foley-Waite LLC, a custom cabinet making company, in making the case against a Trump presidency. 

Price, who provided services to Trump-owned properties in the 90's, warns of Trump's way of doing business and points to the devastation to the local economy caused by Mr. Trump's cut-and-run business tactics and disinvestment in the city. 

"The devastation left by Trump, and his cut-and-run business ways are still hurting us here in this area, says Price. "If the way he ran his business in this area is any indication, I would be very concerned about how he would run the country."

ICYMI: Check out Kelly Conklin's video released last week. 

 

 

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