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Join MEMA President Bill Long for a Bipartisan Town Hall Discussion at the Legislative Summit

Date: April 4, 2019
MEMA President and CEO Bill Long will moderate a Town Hall Discussion with two former senior members of the U.S. House of Representatives at the MEMA Legislative Summit, scheduled for Tuesday, April 30 and Wednesday, May 1 at the Watergate Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Former U.S. Reps. Joe Crowley (D-NY) and Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ) will share their thoughts on the important policy discussions and actions impacting suppliers today. Crowley was a senior Democrat on the influential House Ways and Means Committee responsible for writing trade law. LoBiondo served as a senior Republican on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, which drafts highway and surface infrastructure policy. This is certain to be a lively conversation between two long-term, experienced House members that will provide insight into a number of policy issues that are critically important to suppliers.
Rep. Crowley represented parts of the Bronx and Queens district in the U.S. House for 20 years and was active in debates on trade and tax reform during his House tenure. Rep. LoBiondo served a district from the southern tip of New Jersey for 26 years and helped write a number of surface transportation reauthorization bills.
These outstanding speakers are just one reason to attend the upcoming MEMA Legislative Summit. Your input is needed in Washington, and this is your opportunity. The motor vehicle supplier industry is at the forefront of American politics – and together we directly employ over 871,000 Americans and generate an indirect employment impact of more than 4 million jobs. Your voice will make a difference.
By participating in the Summit, you’ll have the opportunity to speak with legislators and regulators who are making these important decisions and hear for yourself where the critical issues stand. You will come away with in-depth knowledge that will help you make business decisions, and you will have the opportunity to tell legislators how their actions impact you and your business.
Register now and speak out for the aftermarket. If you have any questions or would like more information, contact Melanie Weiland of MEMA.
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