IMPACT Washington 2017 Just Around the Corner


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IPC's Government Relations team has worked around the clock to ensure that IMPACT Washington D.C. 2017 is the best yet. The venues are set and meetings are secured, the only thing missing is you.

Each year, policymakers mention that they want and need to hear from constituents like you whose businesses are affected by their decisions.

During this two-and-a-half day event, executives from IPC-member companies will have the opportunity to speak with leaders in Congress and the Administration in support of our common priorities.

By registering today, you will have the chance to participate in:

  • An executive luncheon with special guest EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt
  • IPC’s Government IMPACT dinner honoring Reps. John Shimkus and Kurt Schrader
  • Congressional meetings with policymakers from your hometown.

If you have any questions, please contact me at JohnHasselmann@IPC.org.

We look forward to seeing you in DC on May 1-3!

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