WASHINGTON, Aug. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In a combined effort to showcase the positive work of Members of Congress, the American Chemistry Council (ACC) and North America's Building Trades Unions will run issue advertisements for Congressman Kurt Schrader (D-Ore.-05). The ads highlight Rep. Schrader's leadership on economic issues that will help Oregon grow and prosper.
"As a farmer and small business owner, Rep. Schrader puts his experience to work for Oregon and its constituents," explained ACC President and CEO Cal Dooley. "He has been a champion of commonsense policies that improve our economy by cutting red tape, allowing businesses to grow and create good-paying jobs. His bipartisan leadership and level-headed approach have been critical to America's manufacturing sector and small businesses in Oregon and across our nation."
The ads for Rep. Schrader will run for three weeks throughout District 5 of Oregon and will encourage constituents to contact the office of the Congressman to tell him to keep up the good work.
You can view the ad here: https://youtu.be/5jM2ebBM73Q.
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) represents the leading companies engaged in the business of chemistry. ACC members apply the science of chemistry to make innovative products and services that make people's lives better, healthier and safer. ACC is committed to improved environmental, health and safety performance through Responsible Care®, common sense advocacy designed to address major public policy issues, and health and environmental research and product testing. The business of chemistry is a $797 billion enterprise and a key element of the nation's economy. It is the nation's largest exporter, accounting for fourteen percent of all U.S. exports. Chemistry companies are among the largest investors in research and development. Safety and security have always been primary concerns of ACC members, and they have intensified their efforts, working closely with government agencies to improve security and to defend against any threat to the nation's critical infrastructure.
SOURCE American Chemistry Council