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NJ businessman on White House panel

Kalafer part of White House Summit for Economic Opportunity

By David Wildstein, September 27 2018 9:27 am

New Jersey businessman Steve Kalafer will be at the White House today as a panelist at the White House Summit for Economic Opportunity.

Kalafer will take part in a panel called “Tax Cuts & Tax Reform: What they mean for American Workers and Small Businesses.”

The panel will be moderated by Larry Kudlow, Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of the National Economic Council.  Joining Kalafer on the panel are U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin, advisor to the president Ivanka Trump, and two other business leaders.

Kalafer is the owner of Flemington Auto Group and the Somerset Patriots baseball team.  He has been a major donor to Republican political campaigns, including Rep. Leonard Lance (R-Clinton).

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