FEDA Heads to D.C. to Talk E&S

The FEDA Advocacy Council is heading to Washington D.C. next month, with a goal to boost policymakers’ understanding of the foodservice equipment industry and to expand congressional leader support for FEDA during critical legislative decisions.

During the Sept. 25-26 trip, FEDA members will begin with a presentation on priority legislation for businesses from the U.S. Chamber, followed by a fly-in team presentation and congressional visits briefing. The following day, the Advocacy Council will meet with congressional leaders and staff at the U.S. Capitol building. The two-day event marks the first time FEDA leaders will meet as a group with elected members of Congress.

And there’s still time for FEDA members and other channel partners to register for another September event in the nation’s capital: CFESA’s three-day Annual Conference.

The Sept. 12-14 event at the JW Marriott in Washington, D.C., includes a special panel presentation with dealers and other channel partners on Friday, Sept. 13, with roundtable discussions following. More information and registration details are here.

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