Monday, July 25, 2011

Congrats to New York Gay Newlyweds

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Sunday thousands of gay & lesbian New Yorkers
said "I do" as the Empire State became the 6th
state to embrace gay marriage in the USA. This is
definitely a game-changer following Massachusetts,
Connecticut, Iowa, New Hampshire, Vermont & the
District of Columbia where gay marriage is the law.
The state law signed June 24th by Governor Andrew
Cuomo went into effect as hundreds of couples
statewide tied the knot, including 823 in New York
City alone. This sends a clear message to Washington
that it's time to push for change to federal laws as
Obama endorses the Respect for Marriage Act, a bill
to repeal the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act
that denies federal rights & protections to all legally
married same-gender couples. Updates to Come….:)
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Anonymous Bob Witeck said...

New York is the sixth state (plus Washington) to offer marriage equality for same-gender couples. To me, after two decades of consulting with business leaders, this moment truly feels personal. It not only arrives packed with emotion, it is a real game-changer for the American work force. New York's mayor, Michael Bloomberg and city leaders must be cheering the economic shot in the arm as hotels, restaurants, caterers, florists and legions of vendors welcome the wedding and honeymoon brigades. Some estimate nearly $400 million in revenues for the state over the next three years. These rewards are also the result of changing tides among American corporations and employers over recent decades. Gov. Andrew Cuomo's gay marriage legislation was endorsed not only by major corporations like Xerox and Google but by scores of smaller business owners across the state.

Bob Witeck is CEO of Witeck-Combs Communications

July 24, 2011 at 7:48 AM  
Anonymous Rachel said...

I know Manhattan Mini Storage definitely endorsed it...they did a great promotion at City Hall on the 24th, and they've got a long history of supporting marriage and gender equality.

August 2, 2011 at 5:57 PM  
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