Did you hear?...Industry associations plan post-election webinars to discuss new political landscape - SNEWS

Did you hear?...Industry associations plan post-election webinars to discuss new political landscape

Election day has passed and the United States has a new president-elect, leaving many wondering, "what's next?" Industry associations, like Outdoor Industry Association and Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association, are looking to start that dialogue with post-election webinars and conference calls this week.
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Election day has passed and the United States has a new president-elect, leaving many wondering, "what's next?" Industry associations, like Outdoor Industry Association and Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association, are looking to start that dialogue with post-election webinars and conference calls this week.

>> OIA webinar • Nov. 6, Thurs., noon to 1 p.m. MST

Hosted by its government affairs team, OIA's webinar will look at the new president, the new majorities in Congress and offer in-depth analysis on what these changes mean for your business and bottom line from recreation management to trade, health care and tax issues.

The webinar is free to OIA members. To register, click here.

Questions can be submitted via email in advance to Amy Roberts at aroberts@outdoorindustry.org.

>> SGMA conference call • Nov. 7, Fri., 1 p.m. EST

SGMA will host a conference call to discuss the challenges and opportunities offered with new leadership in Washington, D.C., for the sporting goods and fitness industries. It will include policy perspectives on tax, trade and regulatory and health and fitness issues.

The call is free to all, but registration is required to receive access numbers and code.

Speakers include Tom Cove, SGMA's CEO; Brad Figel, Nike's global director of government relations and public affairs; Rob Leebern, Troutman Sanders LLC's president - federal affairs; Monica McGuire, National Association of Manufacturers' senior policy director - taxation; and Bills Sells, SGMA's vice president of government relations.

Click here to register.

Call Lauren Wallace, 202-349-9412, in the SGMA office with any questions.

--Compiled by SNEWS Editors

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