Future Business Leaders of America
   FBLA-PBL recognizes November 15 as    American Enterprise Day.   FBLA-PBL chapters salute and publicize the    Americ...
   Few restrictions are placed on business    activities and ownership.   Governments have minimal ownership.   Limited...
   On August 8, 1980 President Jimmy Carter    made a proclamation directing that American    Enterprise Day be observed....
   Began in the 1700s.   People wanted control of their own business    without government interference.   Ideas shifte...
   Advocates against restriction of the free    enterprise system.   Promotes fewer restrictions on businesses
   Local chapters celebrate American Enterprise    Day through a variety of projects like:     Presenting ideas about bu...
   (INSERT SUMMARY OF LOCAL AMERICAN    ENTERPRISE PROJECT HERE, DELETE SLIDE    IF YOUR CHAPTER DOES NOT PLAN TO    HAVE...
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American Enterprise Day 2012

  1. 1. Future Business Leaders of America
  2. 2.  FBLA-PBL recognizes November 15 as American Enterprise Day. FBLA-PBL chapters salute and publicize the American free enterprise system. Chapters celebrate through activities, projects, and festivities.
  3. 3.  Few restrictions are placed on business activities and ownership. Governments have minimal ownership. Limited restrictions on trade and minimal government intervention.
  4. 4.  On August 8, 1980 President Jimmy Carter made a proclamation directing that American Enterprise Day be observed. Chevron Corporation contributed a grant called “Getting Involved” to FBLA.
  5. 5.  Began in the 1700s. People wanted control of their own business without government interference. Ideas shifted to be associated with the Free Market System.
  6. 6.  Advocates against restriction of the free enterprise system. Promotes fewer restrictions on businesses
  7. 7.  Local chapters celebrate American Enterprise Day through a variety of projects like:  Presenting ideas about business in the form of skits and songs to elementary school students.  Preparing activity books for students in 8th grade  Running an essay contest for high school students; the winning entry is published in the local newspaper.
  8. 8.  (INSERT SUMMARY OF LOCAL AMERICAN ENTERPRISE PROJECT HERE, DELETE SLIDE IF YOUR CHAPTER DOES NOT PLAN TO HAVE ONE.)
  9. 9. Video
  10. 10. INSERT PICTURE OF LOCAL CHAPTER OFFICERS
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