LEARN HOW TO LOBBY: The chauffeured transportation industry is doing more government relations work now than ever. But it's not an easy thing to do at first - getting guidance is necessary. The Maryland Limousine Association is hosting a one-day training session on “how to lobby for your local limousine association” on Wed., Sept. 24 at the Baltimore Sheraton North in Towson, Md. Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Maryland Limousine Association president Mike Ballard at (410) 803-0451 and firstname.lastname@example.org or vice president Joanna Fridinger at (410) 663-7000 and email@example.com.
Source: NLA E-News
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