Pest management is a profession that’s profoundly affected by local, state and national legislation, as well as regulation. Some are hesitant to make their voices heard in the place where policy changes are made: Washington, D.C.
For these reasons and more, attending the National Pest Management Association’s (NPMA’s) Legislative Day has become increasingly important. Taking place March 15 – 17 in the nation’s capital, it’s your opportunity to make a difference.
Many of the industry’s greatest public policy victories had their seeds planted at Legislative Day, where attendees are able to personally make an impression on members of Congress, state representatives, senators and their staff.
A roster of noteworthy speakers is another aspect of Legislative Day worth your time. U.S. General Stanley McChrystal is this year’s keynote speaker. General McChrystal also has agreed to spend time with the NPMA’s newly formed Veterans in Pest Management group on Monday, March 16.
Pest Management Professional encourages you to attend Legislative Day next month. Your industry is counting on you to visit the NPMA website and register.
You can reach Will Nepper at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-706-3775.