Frank Scotto Earns Endorsement from NFIB
TORRANCE, CA– The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), a nonprofit, nonpartisan, member-driven organization that advocates on behalf of small and independent business owners across the U.S., has endorsed former Torrance Mayor and local businessman Frank Scotto in his race for State Assembly.
NFIB released the following statement in support of a man they believe exemplifies the core values their organization represents:
“Through his experience as a successful small business owner, Mr. Scotto has earned the respect of the hardworking small business community. NFIB is proud to endorse Scotto as a voice for small business owners in the California State Assembly,” said NFIB State Director John Kabateck.
Scotto founded his company, Frank Scotto Towing, in Torrance after returning from military service in 1974. Frank Scotto Towing grew quickly and over 40 years, became one of the most recognizable small businesses in the South Bay. Scotto’s company employed nearly 100 employees and won numerous accolades for its outstanding community service.
Scotto lives in Torrance with his wife Cynthia. He is running for State Assembly in the 66th Assembly District, which encompasses much of the South Bay of Los Angeles.