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Ohio-ATSSA Advocacy Day connects members with state legislators
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Ohio-ATSSA Advocacy Day connects members with state legislators

Members of the Ohio-ATSSA (OH-ATSSA) Chapter will host a state advocacy day in Columbus, Ohio, at the state Capitol on Wednesday, March 21 to advance local policy that will bring Ohio, along with the rest of the U.S., closer to reaching Toward Zero Deaths on America’s roadways.

This is a pivotal time to learn about state policies affecting the roadway safety industry, meet high-level decision makers in the state legislature, and network with fellow industry leaders. OH-ATSSA Advocacy Day participants will have the chance to educate state lawmakers on the importance of the roadway safety and infrastructure industry and to discuss the rise in roadway fatalities in Ohio. 

REGISTER NOW

Online registration is now open for the event. Click here to register by March 7.
Tentative Schedule for Wednesday, March 21 

8:00 a.m. 
Briefing and strategic planning for state Capitol meetings. ATSSA staff members will equip participants with the information to present key industry issues directly to their state legislator(s).
Location 
The Athletic Club of Columbus 
136 E. Broad Street 
Columbus, OH 43215 
(The Athletic Club of Columbus is walking distance from the Capitol)

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Meetings at the Ohio State Capitol. Help your state legislator(s) understand the importance of the roadway safety infrastructure industry and the contribution your company makes to reducing roadway fatalities in Ohio. Location: Ohio State Capitol

For comments or questions 

Please contact the Director of State Government Relations Ashley Wieland at ashley.wieland@atssa.com or 202-733-1483. 
See you in Columbus!

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