Jul 10, 2019
‘Produce advocacy bootcamp’ planned by United Fresh

United Fresh will host the new Produce Advocacy Bootcamp Monday, Sept. 16 at the Grand Hyatt Washington, in Washington, D.C.

The annual event gathers the fresh produce industry to address our most pressing public policy matters with a united voice over two days on Capitol Hill, setting the stage for policy and advocacy efforts throughout the year.

As part of the event, the Produce Advocacy Bootcamp will offer simple and effective strategies that industry professionals can adopt during their meetings with their elected officials in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representative’s offices, Sept. 17-18.

“Visiting elected officials on Capitol Hill can be exciting and intimidating,” said Tom Stenzel, President & CEO, United Fresh. “This year’s interactive Produce Advocacy Bootcamp will prepare new attendees with insights into what to expect and techniques for effectively communicating our industry’s needs with members of Congress.”

Attendees will participate in the March on Capitol Hill prepared with insider knowledge of what a day in the life looks like for a member of Congress, how meeting with staffers can be just as impactful as meeting with members, how to react to feedback and respond to policy questions during meetings, and more.

Admission to the Produce Advocacy Bootcamp is included in a United Fresh Washington Conference registration. For more information and to register, visit www.unitedfresh.org. For questions, contact Angela Tiwari, director of grassroots & political action, at (202) 303-3416.

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