Scheduled for April 26-27 in Washington, D.C., the yearly summit offers an important chance for aftermarket suppliers to interact with policymakers and regulators regarding crucial industry concerns such as repair access and the approval of the REPAIR Act.
“We are excited to host the 2023 Legislative Summit and provide a platform for aftermarket suppliers to engage with policymakers on the REPAIR Act,” said Paul McCarthy, President and CEO, MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers. “This is a critical time to gain support and co-sponsors for the repair access legislation and the summit provides a direct way to make that happen, putting members directly in front of their representatives. And it’s important for members to know that this is not just for government affairs people – we need lots of voices and perspectives in these meetings.”
Apart from the right to repair, the 2023 Spring into Advocacy Legislative Summit will enable aftermarket suppliers to draw attention to other significant concerns such as the shift towards net-zero vehicle emissions, workforce obstacles, trade and China, among others. Attendees will have the opportunity to attend educational sessions where experts will delve into the problems that affect suppliers, as well as meet with policymakers.
MEMA is a proponent for and collaborates with vehicle suppliers to promote their commercial interests. The Legislative Summit presents an opportunity for participants to acquire knowledge, engage, and express their opinions during this pivotal period in the industry.
Registration for the 2023 Spring into Advocacy Legislative Summit is now open. To learn more and register, click here.
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