2012 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference

Words: Dan Kamys2012 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference

The 2012 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference will be held May 8-10, 2012, in Washington, D.C.

The conference is the perfect opportunity to meet with elected officials and discuss important issues affecting your company and the masonry industry. The main focus of the program for 2012 will be getting our issues and our positions in front of key congressional figures, telling them our story as to how their votes impact our industry.

Appointments will be made with attendees' members of Congress, as well as appointments with key swing vote representatives. One of the most important things you can do in today's business environment is take time to meet with and inform those responsible for regulating, taxing and setting rules for business how it will impact not only our industry, but the economy as a whole.

The 2012 Masonry Industry Legislative Conference will be a great opportunity to express your concern and care for the actions of the few in D.C. Please contact Jeff Buczkiewicz at 800-536-2225, if you have any questions regarding the Legislative Conference.

For more information and to register, visit www.masoncontractors.org/legconf.

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