MN Chamber Virtual D.C. Fly-in

This year’s Minnesota Chamber of Commerce “fly-in” is a virtual opportunity for business leaders to raise the visibility of Minnesota in our nation’s capital while exploring key issues integral to growing Minnesota’s economy and receive a timely update on business issues surrounding the pandemic. Participating business leaders have the opportunity to advocate and promote their own priorities with federal elected officials. All members of the Minnesota delegation have been invited and participants will have a chance to meet with their member of Congress by district in breakout sessions. The event will also feature key officials and agencies, and a trusted pollster, who can update on this year’s critical elections.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Jennifer Byers. Interested in showcasing your company brand with state and national leaders as a sponsor, contact Elizabeth Sherry. To register or learn more click here.

AGENDA
1:00 pm Welcome
Doug Loon, President, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

1:10 pm A Discussion with Minnesota Senators
A discussion with Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith (invited)
Moderated by Molly Jungbauer, CEO, Hollstadt Consulting and Board Chair, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce


1:35 pm A National Election Outlook
B.J. Martino, Partner, Tarrance Group

2:00 pm Break

2:05 pm The State of Business in Washington D.C.

Neil Bradley, Vice President and Chief Policy Officer, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Moderated by Doug Loon, President, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce


2:30 pm Zoom Breakout Rooms by Congressional Districts

3:00 pm Adjourn

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