Business Leaders Encouraged to Tell Their Stories to State Lawmakers During the Greater Irvine Chamber’s Inaugural Sacramento Advocacy Trip this May
Monday, April 02, 2018
The Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce invites Irvine area business leaders to join its inaugural Advocacy Trip to Sacramento, which is a part of the Chamber’s strategic commitment to further the voice of Irvine and Orange County business to state legislators. By making the visit along with Chamber representatives, business leaders have the opportunity to tell their own stories to state lawmakers and gain insights into the governing process.
In conjunction with the California Chamber of Commerce (also known as CalChamber), the Greater Irvine Chamber and participating business leaders will spend May 23-24 receiving policy and election briefings and speaking with elected officials from the Irvine/Orange County region. The trip’s itinerary also includes a breakfast event with Governor Jerry Brown.
Meals, lodging, and meeting materials are also all included in the price of registration. Registration ends Wednesday, May 16. Customized sponsorships packages are available. For registration or sponsorship information, contact Kaitlynn Irvine.
For information about the Greater Irvine Chamber’s advocacy for business-friendly legislation and ways to become involved, contact Whit Peterson.
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