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Annual DC Fly-in registration is open!

envision flagFace time. It’s something most of us don’t get enough of – with our friends, with our families or our colleagues. While we don’t have a solution that will help you create more quality time with the kids, we do have one remedy that’ll put you face-to-face with an impressive group of regional business, education, healthcare, military and community leaders. And, as an added bonus, you’ll be able to personally connect with some of our region’s most influential elected officials.

Yes, it’s time, once again, for GSI’s annual public policy advocacy trip to Washington DC. Each year a group of 30-40 delegates fly from Spokane to DC for a few days filled with important, intentional meetings in the United States Capitol.

You’ll meet with electeds and senior staff in Washington who can help us make a tangible difference in the business climate here at home. You’ll travel with other leaders from our region and forge new connections that can strengthen your business and help grow our regional economy. You’ll see, first-hand, how influential a unified voice can be.

This year’s DC fly-in takes place April 12-15. Registrations for this trip are due by March 11. 

If you’d like more information about the issues we plan to address in Washington, contact our Public Policy Director, Erik Poulsen.

If you have logistical questions about the trip, contact our Events Manager, Carsen Quinnett.

Here’s our registration form and preliminary trip itinerary. Let us know if you have any questions!

 

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