New Trade Works for America Ads Launch in New York and Texas
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Trade Works for America, a coalition of American job creators urging Congress to approve the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), today launched a new multi-state advertising campaign highlighting how the USMCA will protect workers and strengthen businesses in New York and Texas. These latest ads are part of Trade Works for America’s ongoing multi-million dollar advertising strategy to highlight the importance of the USMCA to communities across the country.
In New York, ads are airing in the congressional districts represented by Reps. Tom Suozzi (NY-03), Max Rose (NY-11), Antonio Delgado (NY-19), and Anthony Brindisi (NY-22). The ads feature Kendra Lamb of Lamb Farms in Oakfield, New York, sharing why the USMCA is important for her family-run dairy farm and the New York agriculture industry.
“Nearly 30,000 farms in New York contribute billions to the economy and thousands of jobs, but unfair trade deals hurt agriculture. The USMCA trade deal can change that […] It opens billions of dollars in new export markets for farm products.”
In the new Texas ads, Alma Acevedo of Global Tooling Specialties in Laredo, Texas, shares how trade and the USMCA help American businesses maintain their competitive edge. The ads are airing in the congressional districts represented by Reps. Louie Gohmert (TX-01), Lizzie Fletcher (TX-07), Randy Weber (TX-14), Vicente Gonzalez (TX-15), Michael Burgess (TX-26), Colin Allred (TX-32), and Filemon Vela (TX-34).
“In trade, the better deal is the right deal. USMCA is the better deal — better for energy, better for manufacturing, and better for agriculture. The USMCA opens up exports, creating 176,000 jobs. It levels out the playing field and helps us keep our edge.”
Trade Works for America is up with ads in 42 congressional districts, which are available online here.
Trade Works for America is a 501(c)(4) coalition advocating for approval of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
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