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Pre-Conference Webinar Offers Insight Into Day on Capitol Hill Issues

Posted By Administration, Thursday, April 4, 2013

Free Webinar: ESA Day on Capitol Hill - Issues Briefing

Date: Monday, April 29, at 1 p.m. EST / Noon CST

Moderator: Lynn Comer, ESA Government Relations Committee Chair

Panelist: John Chwat, ESA Director of Government Relations

Click here to register!

One of the key priorities of ESA's Government Relations program is to provide an opportunity for officers, members, associates, Chartered Chapters and industry representatives to meet face-to-face with U.S. House and Senate members and their staff on issues impacting the business operations of the membership.

ESA will be holding its seventh annual Day on Capitol Hill on May 6-7 in Washington, D.C., where attendees will take an active role in advancing the concerns of the association, and the electronic life safety and security industry.

In previous years, the conference usually kicked off with a special issues briefing for attendees by ESA Director of Government Relations John Chwat. The purpose was to get attendees prepared to lobby their congressional representatives: a "Lobbying 101” briefing, so to speak.

This year, ESA wants attendees to feel more comfortable and informed about the issues before they arrive in D.C. That is why we have organized a free webinar on Monday, April 29, to give advanced, valuable insight into the issues that will be discussed on Capitol Hill, and how to influence the US House and Senate Members and Staffs that you will be interacting with.

Attendees are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the issues you will be discussing with members of Congress. And if you haven't yet decided to come to Capitol Hill, click here to learn more about how you can play a part.

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