On Monday, we sent a letter signed by 234 American companies and associations urging renewal of GSP before July 31. Of course, as soon as the letter was finalized and sent, we started receiving emails from all sorts of new organizations about their support for GSP renewal – and 20 different companies and associations have joined the GSP Supporter List in the last 48 hours!

They come from 10 states and 17 congressional districts. Half of them are very small businesses with 10 or fewer employees – the types of companies that can least afford a significant tax hike! In fact, the largest of the companies has 130 workers. (Keep in mind the U.S. government classifies “small or medium-sized companies” as those with less than 500 employees.)

Since they were just hours too late to make it onto the letter, we’ve listed them below to make sure they get their proper due. You can see the entire list here. Remember, we’ll keep updating the list until Congress renews GSP, so make sure to add your name here if you’re not already on it!

So without further ado, here are the new GSP organizations:

  • Artistic Tile (Secaucus, NJ)
  • Avani Granite & Marble, Inc. (Houston, TX)
  • C.A.S. Iberia Inc. (Sale Creek, TN)
  • Chemlock Metals Corporation (Cincinatti, OH)
  • Dayna Designs (Westminster, MD)
  • Eastland Food Corp (Jessup, MD)
  • Franklin Mfg. Inc. (Jericho, NY)
  • HaloPolymer Trading Inc. (Houston, TX)
  • ICC USA (Louisville, KY)
  • Jubilant Life Sciences USA Inc. (Bedminster, NJ)
  • Kamali Global Inc (Manhasset, NY)
  • Kerr-Hays Company (Ligonier, PA)
  • Mercer Tool Corp. (Deer Park, NY)
  • Mitusha International Corp. (Dover, DE)
  • NYAG Inc (New York, NY)
  • Oriental Rug Importers Association (Secaucus, NJ)
  • Reading Alloys (Robesonia, PA)
  • Shipyard Supply, LLC (Metairie, LA)
  • Steel and Wire Products (Baltimore, MD)
  • TRI-K Industries Inc. (Denville, NJ)