MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers to rally support for the REPAIR Act at critical Washington, D.C., event

This critical legislation is designed to safeguard consumer rights by allowing them the freedom to choose independent repair shops and suppliers for vehicle services. The upcoming event represents a crucial juncture for the industry, as U.S. House members will soon deliberate on the bill’s approval.

MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers is gearing up for an influential advocacy event in Washington, D.C., on January 30-31, 2024, with a focus on promoting the REPAIR Act.

This critical legislation is designed to safeguard consumer rights by allowing them the freedom to choose independent repair shops and suppliers for vehicle services. The upcoming event represents a crucial juncture for the industry, as U.S. House members will soon deliberate on the bill’s approval.

The two-day fly-in event will witness intensive legislative meetings, considered key in the push for the REPAIR Act. MEMA is calling upon its senior executives, corporate leaders, and technical experts to participate. These attendees will take part in direct discussions with Congress members, benefit from detailed briefings by MEMA’s public affairs team, and have the chance to network with peers within the industry.

MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers is committed to offering comprehensive support for participants, including personalized schedules, essential materials, and strategic guidance for each congressional meeting. This initiative is seen as a pivotal opportunity for industry representatives to directly influence legislative proceedings and advocate for the rights of the automotive aftermarket sector.

The organization emphasizes the significance of this event and invites its members to be a part of this legislative effort. Interested members should visit the event’s webpage for more information and registration. It is important to note that the deadline for registration is set for January 19, 2024, due to the scheduling requirements of legislative meetings.


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