When it comes to legislation, can one person make a difference? Of course! But change is easier and more effective when a single individual joins with many others to speak louder, and with unity.
Now is your
chance to get involved in your industry and help influence the laws that govern
it. From April 25-26, 2012, members of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling
Contractors-National Association will be “taking care of business” during the
annual Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C. Hear from members of Congress
and key regulatory officials, meet with your own congressional representatives
face-to-face, and convey the small business priorities that are most crucial to
the success of your company.
there will be several highlights of the popular, annual event. First,
well-known political commentator Morton Kondracke will present his Washington insider’s
remarks on Wednesday, April 25. A journalist for nearly 40 years, Kondracke has
covered nearly every phase of American politics and foreign policy, and has
done so in newspapers and magazines, television and radio.
Sargeant, chief counsel for advocacy for the U.S. Small Business
Administration, will then update attendees on small business issues of concern
to PHC contractors.
evening, to celebrate the 130th anniversary of the trade association, PHCC will
honor the organization’s founding president with a special Colonel George D.
Scott Congressional Reception on Capitol Hill.
Don’t miss the
legislative and issue briefings, an update on PHCC’s grassroots movement, and
useful tips for how to lobby effectively. You’ll also want to attend the
Congressional Awards Breakfast and the Closing Reception to honor a key member
of Congress. The event will conclude with an optional tour of various Washington, D.C.
Make sure your
voice is heard and register for PHCC’s 2012 Legislative Conference. Visit www.phccweb.org
for more details, or contact Mark Riso, director
of government relations, at 800/533-7694 or email@example.com.
PHCC's 2012 Legislative Conference: Taking care of business
March 8, 2012