American Associations Day 2016
Mark your calendar!
March 9-10, 2016
There is no registration fee for this event. Additionally, a scholarship is available for attendees who make Hill visits that are from outside the DC-metro area. RSVP for this year’s fly-in online here, or contact Mary Kate Cunningham, ASAE Public Policy Department staff, at 202-626-2787 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download our American Associations Day App! The new mobile app will include a schedule of events, speaker bios, talking points, Congressional directory, @Power_of_A twitter updates, and ways to share information on social media sites. The app can be downloaded from iTunes and Google Play for use on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Android operating systems.
American Associations Day (#pwra) is the only legislative fly-in where association professionals like you can connect with Congressional offices and share your story on important association issues, like tax reform, allowing federal employees to attend private meetings, or nonprofit governance.
This unique opportunity allows you, as an association professional, to create connections with policy-makers that will not only advance the association industry, but your own organization as well. And ASAE will even provide you with a scholarship to do it.
The event is open to any association executive, staff member, or leadership volunteer that is passionate about association issues and wants to make a difference, as well as meet and network with fellow advocates from across the country. Registration is free, and out-of-town attendees are eligible to receive a scholarship of up to $300 to reimburse travel costs if they visit their members of Congress.
Associations have achieved so many legislative successes over the past few years: repealing the new 1099 requirement, protecting the charitable deduction, adding nonprofits to a small employer tax credit, and promoting association meetings as economic drivers. Those successes are due to association executives creating lasting connections with their members of Congress. American Associations Day is your chance to create those connections and lay the groundwork for future legislative successes, both for the association community and your own association.