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Legislative Day – Stay Off the Congressional Menu

There’s a saying in Washington: “If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu.” Reserve your spot at ARSA’s 2016 Legislative Day and Annual Repair Symposium and help keep your job from ending up on a congressman’s plate.

This year, Congress will take on the heavy challenge of reauthorizing the FAA. Every single time lawmakers consider the agency’s future, proposals hostile to contract maintenance find their way into the debate. ARSA has protected the industry from these legislative attacks so far, but it needs your help to keep uninformed leaders from grounding us all.

Come to the nation’s capital in March and show your senators and representative that maintenance matters.

Register today.

To learn more about ARSA’s legislative program, and to get involved, visit arsa.org/legislative.

2016 Legislative Day and Annual Repair Symposium
March 16-18, 2016
Arlington, Virginia

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