about data security from U.S. Representative Lee Terry
(NE- 2), about energy policy from U. S. Representative
Ed Whitfield (KY- 1) and about menu labeling from U.S.
Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA- 5).
But before attendees took to Capitol Hill, NACS
segregated each team by geographic location and
made sure they were prepared. In addition to receiving
detailed background materials and talking points, attendees observed a mock congressional meeting, which
offered first-time attendees the opportunity to see just
how easy it is to educate legislators and encourage them
to make decisions beneficial to our industry.
In more than 230 legislative meetings the following
day, attendees had the opportunity to educate Congress
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Julie Jackowski of Casey’s General Stores
(left) talks about the industry’s top issues
with U. S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-NE).
NACS members from Washington
State meet with U. S. Represenative
Jamie Herrera Beutler (WA- 3)
Richard Parry, president and CEO
of Aloha Petroleum, sits down with
U.S. Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI).