With a new Congress and new Presidential administration in power as the nation prepares for post-pandemic recovery, industry opinion and voice are critical during this important year in American history.
Make plans now to participate in the June 15–16 PHCC 2021 VIRTUAL Legislative Conference and educate lawmakers on the significant role the industry can play in rebuilding America’s infrastructure and economy. Plumbing and HVAC contractors have an opportunity to chart the course of the biggest investment in American infrastructure in more than half a century.
Attendees will have access to:
- Insider political analysis from keynote speakers
- Targeted issues briefing and advocacy tips
- Orientation on conducting virtual meetings with legislators and staff
- Live virtual visits with representatives in Congress
Attendees will be able educate policymakers on:
- Skills training and apprenticeship and the role it plays in shaping the workforce of the future
- The role plumbing and HVAC contractors will play in rebuilding and reinforcing America’s water infrastructure
- The importance of maintaining a diverse and cost-effective energy portfolio, which includes natural gas to supplement Americans’ energy needs
“Insider” Keynote Speaker
Journalist Reid Wilson, an “insider’s insider,” will share spot-on exclusive political and elections analysis in a “Politics Politics Politics!” keynote presentation on June 15. A correspondent for The Hill newspaper and former editor-in-chief of National Journal’s “The Hotline,” Reid is a frequent political fixture on C-SPAN and the major radio and cable news outlets, offering unique nonpartisan insight and analysis using visual presentations and statistics.
Convenient Virtual Format
While attendees cannot meet in person with Congressional offices this year, they can share their real-life insights directly to Federal representatives through an easy-to-use online Zoom platform—all from the comfort of their office or home. Meetings will be set up by expert schedulers based on state and Congressional district. PHCC staff and online vendors will provide two opportunities prior to meetings to familiarize attendees with the platform and address any concerns they may have.
This new virtual advocacy conference will provide the same level of value as the traditional in-person PHCC Legislative Conference, with some additional advantages. In fact, reviews from counterparts in other industry associations indicate that members of Congress and their staff actually had more time to talk and had significantly fewer distractions than when they are in person on Capitol Hill during a session of Congress. With fewer advocacy groups holding meetings right now, attendees’ voices will carry extra weight in Washington.
Register now for the PHCC 2021 VIRTUAL Legislative Conference. Registration is open to members and nonmembers of PHCC. Early bird registration ends May 22.