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Newsmaker: Brian Stein

Brian Stein, newsmaker.Noteworthy: Stein won the 2014 Lewis Shattuck Small Business Advocate of the Year Award from the National Small Business Association, which represents 65,000 companies.
Thursday, July 31, 2014, 10:10 a.m.
 

Noteworthy: Stein won the 2014 Lewis Shattuck Small Business Advocate of the Year Award from the National Small Business Association, which represents 65,000 companies nationwide.

Age: 49

Residence: Middlesex, Butler County

Family: Wife, Cindy

Occupation: Stein is president and CEO of S&S Intersource LLC in Mars, a refractory products business that serves the steel industry, and two other steel-related companies, ISM Inc. and Clearscape Inc.

Background: Stein is chairman-elect of SMC Business Councils in Churchill, which represents about 1,500 small- and medium-sized companies in the region. He is chairman of SMC's Tax Working Group. He has advocated in Harrisburg and Washington for broad tax reform and a level playing field for small companies.

Education: Bachelor's degree in petroleum and natural gas engineering from Penn State in 1987

Quote: “The award was an honor because as a small-business person you go through life not looking for awards, but looking out for your family and your business.”

 

 
 


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