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Roofing Day in DC 2021

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Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 6:00 AM (MDT) to Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 12:00 PM (MDT)

Event Details

2020 Roofing Day in D.C. | Mar 23-24

The National Roofing Contractors Association Roofing Day in D.C. will be held virtually on March 23-24.

Although this year’s virtual event will look a little different, it will be the largest advocacy event dedicated solely to the roofing industry.  The CRA is working with NRCA’s efforts to promote and make Roofing Day in D.C. 2021 a big success.  Join fellow roofing industry professionals in a virtual environment, connecting with leaders in Washington, D.C., as we bring our priorities to Capitol Hill! 

We are stronger and louder when we are working together—and speaking—with one voice in support of the following key roofing industry issues:

  • Increased funding for career and technical education to address workforce shortages
  • Inclusion of a strong buildings component in federal infrastructure legislation
  • Immigration reform that meets the roofing industry’s current and future workforce needs

It is crucial that members of Congress 'see you' and hear about the critical issues facing your company and the roofing industry.

We also encourage roofing contractors planning on attending to also have one or more of your crew members on the call to help share the industry's story. Congress needs to hear from all segments of the industry!

Registration is only $59 for company representatives and $25 for field workers, students and spouses.  (The registration fee helps NRCA with the costs of putting this impressive virtual event together!)

Don't miss this opportunity to make a difference for your business and our industry!

LEARN MORE ABOUT ROOFING DAY IN D.C. 2021 AND REGISTER TO ATTEND

For More Information:

National Roofing Contractors Association 800.338.5765 https://www.nrca.net/advocacy/roofingday

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