Organizing a Lobby Day: Tips for Small Associations

By Cleo Dan on April 28, 2016 at 11:08 AM

As the name suggests, a Lobby Day (also referred to as a “legislative day” or “advocacy day”)  is an organized day where participating members of your association convene and meet with lawmakers (state or federal) to promote your association’s policy objectives. Lobby Days require meticulous planning months in advance in order to handle all logistics, such as scheduling meetings with lawmakers and arranging all member activities. 

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