Prepare for Your March on Washington: Issues and Strategies for The Washington Conference
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)
This one-hour webinar will feature Robert Guenther, Sr. Vice President of Public Policy at United Fresh, who will provide an overview of industry issues such as Immigration and Child Nutrition that we will be top of mind at The Washington Conference.
Next, hear simple and effective strategies to strengthen our produce industryís voice from United's grassroots partner BiPAC. Bo Harmon, Vice President of Political Affairs and Mary Beth Hart, Director, Grassroots Services will help make you a better advocate, offering insights into the unique makeup of the 113th Congress and showcasing the importance of effectively sharing your businessís message with Congress. They will also discuss the different communication strategies you can use when meeting with Representatives, Senators and their staff, including details of what they need to know about your business and how you affect the entire fruit and vegetable supply chain. Hear best strategies for following up after your meetings and what you can do when you are back home to make Washington work for you!
All sessions will be recorded and accessible to all registered participants. If you have any questions, donít hesitate to let us know, thanks so much!
Registration Includes:Registration is complimentary for United members and $50 for non-members, and includes one connection to the web and one reserved phone telephone line for the audio portion.
Registration Fees:These fees are available through 08/28/2014
Produce Company (International)
Allied Company - Equipment, Products & Services
Allied Company - Equipment, P&S (Intl)
Allied Association (International)
For more information please contact:Erin Grether Lootens
Executive Assistant to Krysta Harden, External Affairs
Phone: (202) 728-3608