on key issues such as the Renewable Fuel Standard,
data security and menu labeling — all issues that are
front and center for Congress right now and could have
a profound effect on our industry.
Protecting your business is easier when we influence Washington together — attendees to this year’s
Government Relations Conference understand that.
They know they have a powerful voice in shaping
the outcome of legislation and regulations. But
don’t sit back and rely on them to communicate how
proposed policies may be helpful or detrimental to
your bottom line.
Next year, NACS will welcome a new Congress to
Washington and the Government Relations Conference
will give you a chance to shape the legislative agenda.
Please plan to join your peers in Washington on
March 9-11, 2015. Due to the popularity of the event
and our desire to ensure its quality, space will be limited,
so save your spot today by contacting NACS Director of
Grassroots Kelly Fink at firstname.lastname@example.org.
U. S. Representative Chuck Fleischmann
(TN- 3) at right, meets with his constituents
at the congressional reception.
U. S. Representative Bill Enyart (IL- 12)
at left, and Rob Forsyth of FKG Oil
Company dba Moto Mart.
U. S. Representative Ed Whitfield (K Y- 1), member
of the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s
Subcommittee on Energy and Power talked to
attendees about fuels and climate change.
Industry stakeholders from Florida meet with
U. S. Representative Kathy Castor (FL- 14).