Are you worried that changes, conflicting views and key issues in the 109th Congress will negatively impact your business? If so, you must be active in the debate at the 2005 Campaign for Quality Construction National Issues Conference, May 3-5, in Washington, D.C.
This conference gives SMACNA Contractors an opportunity to get the latest information on key industry issues and the opportunity to discuss those issues with their representatives. Even though the Senate will not be in session, their key staff will be available and legislators will be on hand to address many of the issues of importance to the industry. In addition, the information-packed schedule will be filled with guest speakers, issue briefings and presentations by legislative leaders.
Newsweek journalist Howard Fineman will offer an insider’s view of Washington during his keynote address. As Newsweek’s chief political correspondent, senior editor, and deputy Washington bureau chief, Mr. Fineman will break down Washington’s latest political developments and discuss their impact on the industry with humor and insight. As one of America’s foremost political reporters, he will discuss current national and political affairs and offer predictions for what is to come on Capitol Hill.
SMACNA is one of five associations sponsoring this year’s conference. Join your colleagues and industry leaders Tuesday through Thursday, May 3-5, in advancing your interests in Washington.
Plan to attend SMACNA’s legislative dinner, Tuesday, May 3 to kick off this year’s conference.
The registration deadline for the Grand Hyatt hotel is April 3, 2005, so register today. Registration forms are available online.