Don’t Miss Your Opportunity to Shape Our Industry’s Future!

February 14, 2019

Our industry’s legislative agenda is packed with critical legislation and regulations that will affect your company’s future. The 2019 National Issues Conference provides updates on these issues and a chance to share your concerns about them with your House and Senate representatives. Join us from May 7-9, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Your participation is essential to helping gain credible outcomes for our industry!

The conference will address these topics and more:

  • Infrastructure investment
  • Broad energy efficiency programs
  • Workforce development and demographic challenges
Register

I’ve thanked the terrific MCAA staff. Now I want to thank all the terrific MCAA members (many of whom brought their families to Phoenix) for supporting MCAA by attending our convention. I sincerely hope everyone had a great time at #MCAA19.

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