If you have thought about traveling to Arizona in the next couple of years, wouldn't this be a good year to do it?
With open-borders groups calling for boycotts of Arizona, why not vacation in Arizona to support the 70% of voters, the governor and the majority of the state legislators who have shown the nation the courage to do what it takes to move illegal foreign workers out of their jobs and state to make room for unemployed legal Arizonans?
But make sure that any hotel or resort you visit is using E-Verify.
USE OUR DATABASE TO MAKE SURE THE ARIZONA BUSINESS IS PLEDGED TO REJECT ILLEGAL WORKERS
You can use our database to check on Arizona businesses to see if they are using the E-Verify system.
If you don't find a business listed, it might be that it is covered under a corporate owner listed elsewhere. It might be a good idea to make a quick call to the hotel, resort, etc. and just tell them that you can't find them listed as being enrolled in E-Verify and see what they say.
I really believe that if millions of Americans would start constantly asking businesses if they are signed up, that many more businesses would. They have to know that the public really cares.
NEW ARIZONA ENFORCEMENT LAW IS BAD FOR OUTLAW BUSINESSES BUT GOOD FOR THE LAW-ABIDING ONES
For 20 years, law-abiding Arizona businesses have had to operate in a corrupted economic system in which the federal and state governments have assisted outlaw businesses to be able to hire an illegal workforce.
Every law that makes it more difficult for businesses to hire illegal aliens and for those illegal workers to remain in the state benefits the law-abiding businesses by leveling the playing field.
Temporarily, there may be some groups that may cancel conventions in Arizona as a boycott against enforcement.
So, if you are in any kind of group that has conferences, please try to influence them to meet in Arizona this year. If 60% of Americans tell Rasmussen polling that they support the new law, Arizona should actually benefit economically despite the boycott threats.
If you are going to Arizona this summer, be sure to include in your reservations that you are going there as a salute in support of all the tough enforcement laws the state has been passing.
ROY BECK is Founder & CEO of NumbersUSA