National Write Your Congressman Presents 2017 David N. Adamson Founders Award Winner
Dallas – June 21, 2017 – National Write Your Congressman (NWYC), an organization that gives small businesses a voice in American government, awarded Rick Gaul with the 2017 David N. Adamson Founders Award. The award is given annually to the NWYC sales representative who symbolizes an “All-American” spirit and furthers the mission of the organization.
“After seeing Rick grow with this organization over several years, we are proud to present him with the David N. Adamson Award,” said Randy Ford, president of NWYC. “We are thankful for his contributions to his community, and honored to present him with this special award for his contributions to NWYC.”
Gaul’s representation in local politics, as well as his association as a former business owner, makes him to be the ideal candidate for this award. His involvement with the organization for the last eight years shows his dedication to the operations of NWYC.
Gaul has been with National Write Your Congressman since 2009 and has consistently been praised by his peers for his work.
“I am delighted to receive this award for my character and commitment to NWYC,” said Gaul. “This organization gives me the chance to engage in civic affairs and help small businesses have their voice heard in government, an opportunity I wish I had as a former business owner.”
About National Write Your Congressman
National Write Your Congressman (NWYC) is an organization that gives small businesses a voice in American government. As the nation’s largest, privately held, nonpartisan membership organization made up of small businesses, NWYC is dedicated to the delivery of constituent opinions to representatives in Washington. For more than 55 years, NWYC has provided small business owners and operators the tools necessary to connect with members of Congress and a platform to let their collective voice be heard. NWYC’s team of experts provides unbiased, nonpartisan information and research on top issues and pending legislation relevant to small business owners today. NWYC presents both sides of the issue so that members can form an educated opinion and let their opinions be heard. For more information, visit: www.nwyc.com.