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Register Now for the Members Only NLBMDA Webinar: Making Grassroots Advocacy Work

On July 7 at 2:00 p.m. EDT, NLBMDA will host a webinar titled Making Grassroots Advocacy Work. Whether you are a seasoned political observer or just looking for a way to be more engaged with your lawmakers, there is valuable information for everyone. Learn the different ways you can interact with your lawmakers and their staff to build and maintain relationships.

As part of its strategic plan, NLBMDA is working with dealers and Federated Associations to help strengthen its grassroots advocacy efforts. Grassroots are part of a successful government relations program—along with lobbying and political action—and getting involved is easier than you think.  

Members of Congress want to hear from constituents that operate businesses, create jobs and help strengthen communities. Knowing what really matters to you, what's happening in your local area or across the state is what really counts on Capitol Hill. Take advantage of all the tools NLBMDA has available to advance the public policy priorities of the LBM industry.

This webinar is a benefit of membership through your State and Regional Associations.

Webinar Schedule & Fee:

  • Thursday, July 13, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET

Fee: Free (members only)

*After clicking on the registration link, members must login to receive their discount. If you don't know your member login information please contact Peter Coetzee at peter@dealer.org.

About the Instructor:

Ben Gann, NLBMDA’s Vice President of Legislative and Political Affairs, will explain the importance of grassroots advocacy, how dealers can keep informed, and engage their elected officials. For the past 5 years, Ben has worked with NLBMDA representing the association’s legislative interests on Capitol Hill, and has 10 years of experience representing trade associations at the federal level. He holds a Master’s Degree in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University.