Monday, January 30, 2012
02/03: Support Fair Business Taxes, Renewable Energy, and Encourage Local Incentives!
The New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce
will be hosting a
legislative action day for our members in Santa Fe on
Friday, February 3rd.
What is the Green Chamber Legislative Action Day?
An opportunity for you to talk with your legislators about the issues important to your business.
What will I have to do?
Come to Santa Fe on February 3rd. We will train you on talking to your legislator and make sure that you understand the issues and talking points on legislation important to you and our Green Chamber members across the state.
Top Four Reasons you should attend:
1. Advocate for a Level Playing Field for Small Business
2. Keep New Mexico Investing in Clean Energy
3. Encourage New Energy Efficient Construction
4. Network with Important Decision Makers and Like-Minded Businesses
Legislative Action Day Agenda : Friday, February 3rd
One-page Issue briefs on top five key issues to be provided to all participants by Wednesday February 1.
NMGCC has a block of rooms on hold at Garrett's Desert Inn for $69 per room including parking (tel 800-888-2145). The Inn is located one-block from the New Mexico Legislature.
7-8:30 AM NMGCC Directors Legislative Breakfast
Location: Garrett's Desert Inn 311 Old Santa Fe Trail Santa Fe, New Mexico
9AM Lobby Day Training Briefing Welcome: Lawrence Rael, President, NM Green Chamber of Commerce
Issue Review: Allan Oliver, CEO, NMGCC
Lobbying Tactics: Traci Cadigan, Board of Directors, NMGCC
Location: Garrett's Desert Inn
10:30AM Constituent Businesses Lobby Senators, Representatives on House/Senate Floor
12:30-1PM Rolling Debrief/Brown Bag Lunch with NMGCC staff: Location: to be confirmed
2pm Legislative Committee Hearings
5pm+NMGCC Green Drinks: Location: to be confirmed
Please RSVP by Wednesday, February 1st to email@example.com .
This will help us plan to have materials ready and your legislators identified before you arrive.
To see entire flier click here: Support Fair Business Taxes, Renewable Energy, and Encourage Local Incentives!.